Of late, the crime rate in Delhi is going beyond control. In the latest, the goons attacking the Delhi selector for not picking a certain player makes the headlines. Meanwhile, the former cricketers Gautam Gambhir and Virender Sehwag reacted to the incident and wants a strict punishment. During the course, Yuvraj Singh also joins to make his voice on the incident.
Strict Action needs to be taken – Yuvraj Singh
Earlier, Virender Sehwag quoted that the incident was a new low. Further, he added that the strict punishments must be initiated against the culprits for their behaviour against the selector, who is also a former Indian fast bowler.
Meanwhile, Yuvraj Singh makes his voice by stating that Sehwag was right on the issue. He also asked for strict action against the goons and quoted that they should not tolerate such activities. During the course, he wished a speedy recovery for Amit Bhandari.
Absolutely agree with Viru ! This kind of inhuman act can never be tolerated. Strict action needs be taken against all the culprits involved ,wishing Amit Bhandari a speedy recovery 🙏 https://t.co/2QViLFF6xB
— yuvraj singh (@YUVSTRONG12) February 12, 2019
The incident happened after the non-selection of a certain player. The non-selection led to the heated exchange between the coach and the other two persons, which later turned into a mess. Both boys came with a 15-member gang to attack Amit Bhandari right at the selections.
It is learnt that the 15-member gang, who attacked Amit Bhandari were with Iron Rods, Hockey Sticks and Cycle Chains. Perhaps, it made the locals present in the venue to stay away from the incident.
After the incident, former Indian bowler was rushed to the hospital. He sustained injuries to his head and ear. Policemen are waiting for the statement from Amit Bhandari to start their investigation.
Perhaps, this is the time for BCCI to take the initiative and come up with good security in the venues. Meanwhile, it comes to know that the policemen have arrested the goons last night and investigating the case further.