Yuvraj Singh, a former Group India participant, apologized for the “unjustified remark” made on Yuzvendra Chahal throughout an Instagram dwell video eight months in the past. Now on Sunday, an FIR was lodged towards Yuvraj Singh in Hisar district of Haryana and he has been accused of “racist remarks” towards cricketer Yuzvendra Chahal.
Yuvraj was seen discussing the leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal tick-talk video in a dwell Instagram video together with Rohit Sharma in June 2020. A remark made throughout this time grew to become fairly viral in social media. When against this, Yuvraj Singh mentioned that he was “misunderstood”.
A Dalit activist in Hisar district on Sunday lodged a police grievance demanding their arrest and prosecution underneath the Scheduled Castes and Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act. Along with sections 3 (1) (r) and three (1) (3) of SC / ST Act, FIR has been registered underneath sections 153, 153A, 295, 505 of IPC. In June final 12 months, a lawyer from Hisar filed a police grievance towards the previous cricketer.
Expressed remorse over the dispute
Yuvraj Singh expressed remorse in an announcement posted on his official Twitter deal with on the time. He mentioned that “I perceive that once I was speaking with my buddies, I used to be misunderstood, which was pointless. Nonetheless, as a accountable Indian I wish to say that if I inadvertently “So I wish to specific my remorse.” Together with this, he mentioned that he doesn’t imagine in any inequality on the idea of caste, shade, creed or gender.
— Yuvraj Singh (@YUVSTRONG12) June 5, 2020
Yuvraj Singh introduced his retirement from worldwide cricket in Mumbai in June 2019. He was instrumental in making India a World Cup winner in 2011.
IND Vs ENG: Why R Ashwin has apologized to Harbhajan Singh
Pakistan PM admires Indian cricket, explains the explanation behind Group India’s quantity