Cricketer Gets Life Ban For Attacking Selector Amit Bhandari
Amit Bhandari was attacked with iron rods and hockey sticks on Monday in New Delhi's Kashmere Gate.
Anuj Dedha has been slapped with a life ban for assaulting Amit Bhandari
Amit Bhandari is a former India fast bowler
Bhandari was hit with iron rods and hockey sticks at the trials
Under-23 cricketer Anuj Dedha has been slapped with a life ban for assaulting Delhi and Districts Cricket Association (DDCA) senior selection committee chairman Amit Bhandari. DDCA chief Rajat Sharma said on Wednesday that the association will impose a life ban on Anuj Dedha for physically assaulting Amit Bhandari, who is also a former India pacer. Anuj Dedha attacked Amit Bhandari for not selecting him in the U-23 state side.
"We are imposing a life ban on the player that attacked chief selector Amit Bhandari, apart from following all the legal procedures. He will be banned from all cricket activities," Rajat Sharma said at a press conference in New Delhi.
Bhandari was attacked by a group of people during the Under-23 state trials at St Stephens ground in New Delhi's Kashmere Gate on Monday.
Bhandari was hit with iron rods and hockey sticks at the trials, before being rushed to a hospital by his co-selector Sukhvinder Singh. The goons fled the spot before the police could arrive.
Bhandari got 7 stitches for cuts on his legs and head.
(With IANS inputs)