Second FIR filed against Yuvraj Singh

Hisar, 15/2 (AO Bureau) : Former India’s Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh’s problems have increased. The Haryana Police has lodged an FIR in the relevant sections for making derogatory remarks against them for the Dalit society. Yuvraj Singh is alleged to have used abusive and abusive words towards Yuzvendra Chahal on a video chat with Indian team opener Sharma on 1 June last year. Yuvraj Singh also had to apologize after the video of this chat went viral.

On Sunday, Haryana Police lodged an FIR under Section 3 {1) (r) and 3 (1) (s) of SC / ST Act in addition to Section 153, 153A, 295, 505 of IPC in Police Station Hansi of Hisar. . Let us tell you that on January 11, Rajat Kalsan, the convenor of the National Alliance and Dalit Human Rights, had filed a petition in the court alleging that on June 2 last year, he had given a complaint against Yuvraj Singh to Hansi police, in which he filed a case against Yuvraj. Had demanded to be arrested. After 8 months, the court ordered to register an FIR against Yuvraj.

Yuvraj Singh has already apologized after the dispute in this case. Last year, he wrote on his Twitter account apologizing, ‘I want to make it clear that I do not believe in any form of discrimination. Whether it is on the basis of caste, on the basis of color, on the basis of gender, or on the basis of religion. I have come to live my life for the good of the people and will continue to live.

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