Despite being a known name within the Hockey circuit, a Gold medalist at 2011, Asian Champions Trophy and a member of the 2014 Hockey World Cup team, Yuvraj Walmiki is yet to receive the house promised by the Maharashtra government. Representing country in sports at the highest level is a dream of every sportsperson. And the case of Yuvraj Walmiki was no different. A boy from a 16-by-16 shanty house near Marine Lines station, Mumbai fought against rough odds to emerge as a success story.
In India, treating our sportsmen with disrespect seems to have become the norm. If you dig into recent matters, Yuvraj Walmiki was promised a house after his brilliant performance in the 2011 Asian Champions Trophy, by the then Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chauhan. He, however, is yet to receive his house and still he is living in his 16 by 16 house with his family in Marine Lines near Mumbai. And then there is the story for the day.
Number one Test bowler and all-rounder has been suspended under ICC Code of Conduct for Player and Player Support Personnel breaching article 2.2.8 on accumulating six demerit points in second Test against Sri Lanka and that raised the question over ICC’s demerit points system. Last ball of the day three’s play, Jadeja to Pushpakumara, Jadeja throws towards Wriddhiman Saha which was so closed to Pushpakumara who was just defended that ball and was in no mood to take a run.
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