Mumbai: Suresh Raina was released on bail after being arrested by Mumbai Police (Mumbai Poilce) for joining a club party here with Kovid-19 related social distancing and a violation of other rules. Given uw
The former Indian cricketer has expressed regret for the ‘unfortunate’ incident at ‘unknown’ in which 34 other people were taken with him. A statement released by the former drummer’s management team said Suresh Raina was unaware of local rules at the time of the incident.
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According to the statement, “Suresh Raina was present for the filming in Mumbai, this work continued until very late at night. He was called by friends for dinner, after which he had to catch a flight to Delhi. They didn’t know about the local schedule and protocol ‘
It is also said in the statement that “when they got information about it, they immediately went through the process. They regret this unfortunate and unintentional incident. They always care about laws and rules, and they will do the same in the future.
Earlier Tuesday, police raided a club near Mumbai airport and arrested 34 people, including Raina and Bollywood celebrity Suzanne Khan, on charges of violating Kovid-19 rules.
Police said 13 women and 7 club employees were among those arrested in the raid at the Dragon Fly Experience Club near Mumbai airport. Police said the women were released after the formal notice was given, while the men were arrested and subsequently granted bail.
Police say the club was raided due to its opening longer than the deadline and failure to follow rules related to the corona virus. Raina played 18 tests, 226 ODI and 78 international T20s for India. He announced his retirement in August of this year.