Indian National Cricket Team skipper Virat Kohli is currently in England leading his country in the ICC World Cup 2019. The Men in Blues have started their campaign with a win over South Africa by six wickets at the Rose Bowl. However, ahead of their next game, Kohli has found himself in trouble after receiving sanction for wasting drinking water.

Kohli fined for wasting water

Meanwhile, back in India, the temperatures are ranging over 45 degrees Celsius taking a toll on human beings. The scorching heat, along with the humidity, has made the lives of the people unbearable. Due to that, some places in North India is facing acute water shortage problems. Despite that, neighbours of Virat Kohli complained that waters are being wasted to wash dozens of cars including a couple of SUVs parked inside the residence of Kohli.

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As a result, Gurugram municipal corporation have issued a challan against Virat Kohli for wastage of drinking water for washing his cars outside his house, located in DLF Phase 1 of Gurugram. The authorities arrived at his residence when Kohli’s domestic help was washing the car with drinking water, reports DNA. Furthermore, Gurugram municipal corporation have levied fines on ten other residences.

Meanwhile, Virat Kohli failed to capitalise on the start against South Africa as Rohit Sharma’s unbeaten century helped them notch a win. The India skipper will be desperate to score runs and lead his side from the front when India plays Australia on June 9 (Sunday) at the Kennington Oval in London. The Aussies are coming from ten-match winning streak and will be high on confidence. It will be a clash of the titans when both these sides go up against each other. The finals of the ICC World Cup is on July 14 (Sunday) at the historic Lord’s Cricket Ground.