Sreesanth, Jayawardene breach security: Police

Updated: 13 April 2010 10:26 IST

Kangra district police on Tuesday made a complaint to Kings XI Punjab team management for breach of security by their players.

Sreesanth, Jayawardene breach security: Police
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Dharamsala:

Kangra district police on Tuesday made a complaint to Kings XI Punjab team management for breach of security by their players, including S Sreesanth and Mahela Jaywardene, by slipping out of team hotel late on Monday night without informing them.

Superintendent of Police Atul Fulzele in his complaint asked Kings XI Punjab management to direct the players to adhere the security norms.

Sreesanth, Jayawardene and some other players reportedly remained out of their team hotel without security till late at night at McLeodganj, about 30 km from here in Kangra sub-division.

Kings XI is scheduled to play against Deccan Chargers in an Indian Premier League match on April 16.

They would play another match against Chennai Super Kings at Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association (HPCA) Stadium here on April 18.

Kings XI Punjab team arrived here last evening without Yuvraj Singh.

Heavy security arrangements have been made at the team hotel and in the town in view of presence of the cricketers.

Topics : Cricket
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