Recently a complaint has been lodged against former Indian all-rounder cricketer Yuvraj Singh for making racist remarks during a live chat on social media. Police have started an investigation on the complaint against Yuvraj. However, no FIR has been filed. Yuvraj Singh was talking on Instagram live chat session with opener Rohit Sharma some time back. During this time both were talking about Yuzvendra Chahal when Yuvraj used the word casteist in the alleged era.
A video went viral on social media, in which Yuvraj was heard making racist remarks. He had said, “Ye (caste word) people have no business. Have you seen the video that Yugi has seen.”
According to media reports, a police complaint has been lodged against Yuvraj by Dalit rights activist and advocate Rajat Kalsan in Hansi, Hisar. Kalsan has demanded the arrest of Yuvraj. Actually, social media users made a clip of this video and made it viral. Run a hashtag with it #Yuvaraj_Singh_Mafi_Mango. This hashtag trended on Twitter for two days.
Hansi Superintendent of Police Lokendra Singh told The Indian Express that he received a complaint in this case on 2 May. He said, “We are investigating this matter, but nothing has been decided yet.” No FIR has been registered in this case as of now. ”
At the same time, Kalsan told that the DSP level officer has recorded his statement under section 161 on Wednesday. He said, “I had also submitted a DVD with controversial remarks in support of my complaint. Investigators watched this DVD on Wednesday. “
Let us know that during the Instagram live session, Rohit and Yuvraj shared a lot of things about cricket, coronavirus, personal life and Indian cricketers. During their live Instagram chat, Yuzvendra Singh of Team India was commenting. On this, Yuvraj Singh used the word casteist to make fun of him.
कोई भी सभ्य समाज इसकी इजाजत नहीं देता, बाल्मीकि समाज का मजाक है। #युवराज_सिंह_माफी_मांगो
— Virendra kumar (@Virendr69180344) June 2, 2020
Let me tell you that the international cricket of former Indian all-rounder Yuvraj Singh was very good. Yuvi, who started his cricket career at the age of 18, had been the ‘hero’ of the 2007 T20 World Cup and 2011 ODI World victories. Yuvraj’s name is included in the list of India’s great all-rounders. Yuvraj Singh has also been very famous for his laughter and fun, along with his powerful playing credentials.
Yuvraj Singh retired from international cricket in June last year after playing for the country for 17 years. All-rounder Yuvraj has taken 8701 runs and 111 wickets in 304 ODIs for India. At the same time, he has scored 1177 runs in 58 T20 matches at a strike rate of 136.66.