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Suresh Raina arrested at Mumbai Club, later released on bail

Suresh Raina arrested at Mumbai Club, later released on bail

Suresh Raina arrested at Mumbai Club, later released on bail

It has been more than a year since the COVID-19 celebrated its birthday as the first case was reported somewhere in China at the end of 2019. The virus has been proved to the deadliest and dangerous of all as it has taken as many as 1.7 million lives worldwide.

With 77.4 Million COVID-19 cases reported globally, the world has become a socially isolated globe. A few of the countries are in the danger zone as the cases are rising to an extent while a few are getting slowly recovered.

India is one of the countries that has badly been hit by the Chinese virus. 10,075,422 total number of COVID-19 infections and 146,355 deaths with 1000k+ active cases have altogether made the worst scenario in the cricket-loving nation.

Everyone including the sportsmen is supposed to be either isolated, quarantined, or at least following the healthcare SOPs, and guidelines to avoid further spread.

A little carelessness can ever be worsened the scenario. The well-known retired cricketer, Suresh Raina, was spotted at the Mumbai Club with 33 others wearing no face mask, following no SOPs, no social distancing. The raid was conducted by the Mumbai police and consequently, all of them were arrested.

Notably, the player has later been bailed on the request with the other members.

Suresh Raina arrested at Mumbai Club for not following COVID-19 SOPs, later released on bail

According to Republic World, Mumbai Police issued an official statement which read, “offense has been registered u/s 188, 269, 34 IPC and u/s 51 NDMA against 34 persons at Sahar police station after the raid was conducted at 2.50 AM at Dragonfly pub, for keeping establishment open beyond the permissible time limit, not following Covid norms such as social distancing, not wearing a face mask.”

statement source: Crictracker

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