Police fine, seize car of former Team India cricketer for violating COVID-19 lockdown

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Police showing that everyone is equal before the Law has fined and siezed car of Former India all-rounder and coach Robin Singh for violating the COVID-19 lockdown guidlines in Chennai.

News agency IANS quoting sources said that, the incident took place on Saturday when the former cricketer was coming from East Coast Road and he did not carry any e-pass. Singh also didn’t have any emergency to travel as well, according to the report.

“He was very polite and didn’t put on any airs. We seized his vehicle for violating the lockdown rules,” IANS quoted police official. Chennai has been under total lockdown since June 19 for 12 days after a spurt in coronavirus cases.

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Robin Singh was an integral part of the Indian one-day team in the second half of the 1990s. He represented India in 136 matches, scoring 2336 runs and picking up 69 wickets.

Singh was part of the Indian team that played the 1999 ICC World Cup. He also represented India in a single Test match. He was also fielding coach of India and also was part of Indian Premier League.