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Court asks Yuvraj to surrender


Last Updated: June 06, 2007, 15:43 IST

Court asks Yuvraj to surrender

Yuvraj Singh had allegedly misbehaved with another guest Yuvraj Mahajan's girlfriend and beaten him.

New Delhi: Indian middle order batsman Yuvraj Singh has been directed by a Gurgaon court to surrender by August 18 in a case relating to a brawl during his 25th birthday party last year.

This after the cricketer failed to appear before the court when summoned earlier in connection with an FIR lodged by Neelam Mahajan.

Yuvraj Singh had allegedly misbehaved with her son, Yuvraj Mahajan's girlfriend and also beaten him on December 12, 2006, at a bar in Gurgaon during his birthday party.

Neelam Mahajan, a journalist and the mother of Yuvraj Mahajan, had filed a complaint to police. Her report said that Yuvraj had an argument with her son before breaking into a fight in a drunken state.

Yuvraj Mahajan was taken to hospital after the incident.

The cricketer has denied the claims, saying Mahajan had come to the party uninvited. Singh stands the threat of facing a non bailable warrant if he does not surrender by August 18th.
first published:June 06, 2007, 15:43 IST
last updated:June 06, 2007, 15:43 IST