Former veteran all-rounder Yuvraj Singh arrested, know the whole case

There has been big news about former Team India all-rounder Yuvraj Singh (Yuvraj Singh). In fact, he used derogatory words for his fellow cricketer and has been arrested in Haryana in the same case. Veteran left-handed Indian cricketer Yuvraj was reportedly arrested at Hansi in Hisar district of Haryana on October 16 last Saturday. In fact, Yuvraj was accused of using caste words, and a complaint was made last year in the case.

An FIR was registered against him in the SC-ST Act case at that time, though he was arrested in the case last Saturday and immediately granted bail. Yuvraj Singh was reportedly caught up in the entire case last year for his inadvertent comments. Yuvraj Singh, like many other players, was talking to his fellow players on Instagram Live during the lockdown in 2020. He was also entertaining his fans during that time.

In the meantime, he had a live chat with Team India's star batsman Rohit Sharma. During the same live chat, Yuvraj used a word about Indian spinner Yuzvendra Chahal, which came under the purview of casteist remarks. There was a heated argument after his statement came to light and an FIR was lodged against him under sections of the SC-ST Act. He was questioned for some time at Hansi police station last Saturday in the same case and subsequently, following court orders, the police completed the formalities and released Yuvraj on bail.

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