Eight months after Yuvraj Singh, who resigned from international cricket in 2019, apologized for the "unintended comments" made during an Instagram live video, a first data report (FIR) was documented against the previous India all-rounder in Haryana's Hisar area on Sunday. He has been blamed for utilizing a "casteist remarks" against cricketer Yuzvendra Chahal.
The 39-year-old previous cricketer had said he was "misconstrued" after his June 2020 Instagram live video with ex-teammate Rohit Sharma - that had his remarks on leg spinner Yuzvendra Chahal - was broadly shared via web-based media, setting off outrage. Yuvraj Singh and Rohit Sharma were seen examining Mr Chahal's TikTok recordings.
A Dalit extremist in Hisar area on Sunday recorded a police objection, requesting his capture and enrolment of case under the Scheduled Castes and Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, which means to preclude discernment. A first data report (FIR) was enlisted under Sections 153, 153A, 295, 505 of IPC, other than areas 3 (1) (r) and 3 (1) (s) of the SC/ST Act. A year ago, in June, a supporter from Hisar had recorded a police report against the ex-cricketer in the midst of outrage.
Mr Singh, in an explanation posted on his original Twitter handle, had at the time communicated guilt "on the off chance that I have unexpectedly offended anyone's slants ", adding that his "adoration for India and every one of its kin is unceasing".
"This is to explain that I have never had faith in any sort of uniqueness, be it based on caste, colour, doctrine or sex. I have given and keep on going through my time on earth for the government assistance of individuals. I have confidence in the nobility of life and regard every person no matter what," read the proclamation.
"I get that while I was having a discussion with my friends, I was misconstrued, which was unjustifiable. In any case, as a capable Indian I need to say that in the event that I have accidentally offended anyone's assumptions, I might want to communicate lament for the equivalent. My affection for India and every one of its kin is everlasting," the assertion added.
Yuvraj Singh had declared his retirement from worldwide cricket in Mumbai in June 2019. He was the chief architect of India's World Cup win in 2011 and he additionally assumed a crucial part in assisting the side with lifting the debut T20 World Cup prize.