Cricketer Rishi Dhawan slapped with fine for violating lockdown
By: Sports Desk |

Updated: April 10, 2020 5:23:56 pm

Rishi Dhawan, Rishi Dhawan India, Rishi Dhawan Himachal Pradesh, Vikram Rathour, sports news, cricket, Indian Express Rishi Dhawan performed three ODIs in Australia in January 2016. (Express Archive)

Himachal Pradesh cricketer Rishi Dhawan was slapped with a fine of Rs 500 by the police for violating the lockdown protocols. As per a report in The Times of India, Dhawan was penalised for not having a car cross.

The report talked about that the cricketer was on his personal car and was coming back from a financial institution. It added that the cricketer paid the fine on the spot.

Rishi Dhawan has been a standard face in India’s profitable Indian Premier League, which presently stands suspended because of the coronavirus pandemic. He has represented Kings Xi Punjab and Mumbai Indians in IPL and his good present with the India A staff had earned him a ticket to the nationwide facet again in 2016. He has additionally featured in three ODIs, during which he scored 12 runs and picked up a solitary wicket. He has one T20I cap underneath his identify.

In the home circuit, Rishi has 79 first-class appearances with 3,702 runs and 308 wickets. His report in List A cricket is kind of spectacular, enjoying 96 matches and scoring 1777 runs at a median of 34.17. In the bowling division, he has 125 scalps to his identify.

With the rise in coronavirus circumstances within the nation, Prime Minister Narendra Modi introduced a nationwide lockdown, which is scheduled to finish on April 14. However, there are speculations suggesting that the lockdown might be additional prolonged.

With the continuing state of affairs, the police have been directed to maintain a robust vigil on any motion on roada and different locations.

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