The case of Cricketer Yuvraj Singh’s alleged objectionable remarks on social media against SC has reached the court. Hearing the petition of social activist Rajat Kalsan, the special court of Hisar issued notice to Hansi district superintendent of police and sought a status report in the case.
At the same time, the investigation of the district police is in progress and the CD has been sent to the lab for investigation. Now after the notice of the court, the district police will have to present the status report in the court before the court.
Significantly, the video clip of Yuvraj Singh’s conversation (live InstaChat) with Team India opener Rohit Sharma went viral in which he made an alleged racist comment. Advocate Rajat Kalsan had given a police complaint in this case on June 2.
SP Lokendra Singh handed over the investigation in the case to DSP Rohtash Singh, but the DSP was transferred to Barwala recently. Currently, DSP Vinod Shankar has the responsibility of investigation.
The police administration claims that the case is being investigated very seriously and the electronic evidence was handed over by the complainant. He has been sent to the lab for examination to check his veracity.
According to police sources, electronic evidence is usually sent to Chandigarh or Hyderabad for investigation. The police report is waiting to come, after which the next step will be taken.
SP Lokendra Singh said that the CD which was given to the police as evidence by the complainant was sent to the lab for investigation. The evidence which is in the CD, the report will come after the match.
The matter is being investigated seriously by the police. As soon as the report arrives, action will be taken in the case as per rules. The orders of the Honorable Court have not been received by the District Police.
Former Indian all-rounder Yuvraj Singh has apologized for using the word casteist. Yuvraj Singh said via Twitter that if his words hurt someone’s feelings, he apologizes for that.