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Indian Cricketer Parvinder Awana Manhandled in Noida

Fast bowler Parvinder Awana, who has represented India at the international level was allegedly manhandled by goons in Noida late on Friday.

Cricketnext Staff |July 22, 2017, 9:44 AM IST
Indian Cricketer Parvinder Awana Manhandled in Noida

Noida: Fast bowler Parvinder Awana, who has represented India at the international level was allegedly manhandled by goons in Noida late on Friday.

He was beaten up by five people while returning from Haridwar as he tried to intervene in a brawl.

Police said 31-year-old Awana was on his way back from his home in Haridwar, when he was passing through Kasna area of Greater Noida. “He crossed five men and a woman who were in a car. There was an argument between the two sides. He tried to intervene and was manhandled by them,” said Jitendra Kumar, Station House Officer (SHO), Kasna police station.

Police sources believe that the attackers belong to Ghanghola village of Greater Noida and were running away after a fight in a nearby factory.

Meanwhile, police are also investigating the angle that the accused in the case belonged to the Sunder Bhati gang. Awana is an Indian first-class cricketer who plays for Delhi in domestic cricket.

The SHO said, “We are in the process of identifying the accused. An FIR under charges pertaining to assault has been lodged in the case against five unknown persons on the basis of the complaint we have received.”

Awana was picked for the national squad for a Test against England. The bowler made his Twenty 20 International debut in December 2012. Awana was reportedly involved in a brawl with a Noida policeman over parking in 2014.

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