Raiders attacked with hockey stick, iron rods and bicycle chain
DDCA president Rajat Sharma said that the culprits will not be released
new Delhi. Former Indian fast bowlers and chairman of the Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA) selection committee Amit Bhandari attacked some unknown people. This attack happened on Monday at the St Stephen's Ground during the Under-23 Trial. It is believed that after no selection, a cricketer has attacked this on the Bhandari. Bhandari has suffered head and ear injuries. His partner, Sukhwinder Singh, immediately took him to Sant Parwanand Hospital, Civil Lines. DDCA president Rajat Sharma said that the culprits will not be released. Delhi cricket is always surrounded by allegations of corruption and irregularities in selection in various age groups.
Rajat Sharma said, "We are taking the details of the incident. As far as I have come to know that this is the work of a player who has not been selected in the probables for the National Under-23 tournament. The SHO of local police station has reached the ground. I have spoken to Delhi Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik myself. The culprits will not be spared. Anyone involved in this incident will be subjected to strict action. We will file an FIR. "
Senior and under-23 manager of Delhi, Shankar Saini said, "I was eating dinner with a partner inside the tent. Bhandari and other selectors were watching the trial match with senior team coach Mithun Manhas. Two people came and went to Bhandari. His stockman got a scathing debate and he immediately left. After this, 15 people brought hockey stick, iron rods and bicycle chains. '
Shankar Saini said, "The boys participating in the trial and we can save the Bhandari. They also threatened us and said that do not fall in it or shoot them. They hit Bhandari with hockey stick and rods. He is hurt in the head. ' When asked, whose work it may be, Saini said – 'I was not there at that time when these two boys came to the storekeeper. When the Bhandari will give a statement to the police, only then will it be known. '