Yuvi, Dhoni, Bhajji breach security protocol
Chandigarh: Chandigarh police complained to the Punjab Cricket Association (PCA) about the "surprise" outings of Indian cricket players from the hotel where they are staying.
"First Yuvraj Singh, breaking all the security barriers, stepped out of Taj Hotel at around 7.30 p.m. He went away in a friend`s car. Not only this, after sometime, Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Harbhajan Singh also went out of the hotel without informing anybody," Superintendent of Police (Security) H.S. Doon told reporters.
"I have got a report from Deputy Superintendent of Police Roshan Lal, who is in charge of the players` security. On the basis of the report, I have written a complaint to PCA president seeking action against these players," he said.
"In order to ensure foolproof security of players, we want cooperation from them. But such incidents make things really difficult for us," Doon added.
Police sources told reporters that Chandigarh police is also planning to write to Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), raising this issue of breach of security cover with them.
Hotel staff said that Yuvraj had gone out with a friend to meet his father Yograj Singh, who lives in the city.
The Indian team had reached hotel Taj here Sunday evening. They will play the fourth match, of the ongoing seven-match Hero Honda Cup, against Australia at the PCA stadium in neighbouring Mohali town, around 10 km from here, Monday.
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