Indian cricketer beaten up in Noida

Indian cricketer beaten up in Noida Parvinder Awana, the cricketer who played for India and is a part of Kings XI Punjab now, has been allegedly beaten up by unidentified attackers in Greater Noida on Friday.

In an attempt to describe the incident, Jitendra Kumar, Station House Officer of Kasna police station said, “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.”

The 31 year old Awana was on his way to home. Police suspected the attackers were from Ghanghola village of Greater Noida. Police also investigating the term where the attackers are suspected to be members of ‘Sunder Bhati’ gang.

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The medium fast bowler made his international T20 debut in December, 2012. However Station House Officer said, “We are in the process of identifying the accused. A 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.”

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