Former Indian captain Mohammad Azharuddin’s car met with an accident on Wednesday in the Soorwal region of Rajasthan. A person travelling with him has suffered a minor injury but the former cricketer has escaped unhurt.
According to reports in India Today, he was travelling with his family when his car survived a car crash. His car took a nasty blow during the accident which occurred near the Soorwal police station on Kota mega highway. However, fortunately, there is no big injury to anyone.
Reportedly, Azharuddin was shifted to another car and he, along with his family, reached a hotel soon after.
“Former Cricketer Mohammad Azharuddin’s car met with an accident in Soorwal, Rajasthan earlier today. He is unhurt, as per his personal assistant,” ANI reported.
Former Cricketer Mohammad Azharuddin's car met with an accident in Soorwal, Rajasthan earlier today.
He is unhurt, as per his personal assistant. pic.twitter.com/3hpKRNMMYm
— ANI (@ANI) December 30, 2020
Taking to Twitter, the former Indian captain informed that he was safe and thanked all who wished for his safety.
“Good evening everyone. Thank you for all your messages. I had a minor accident today and I am well and safe by the grace of allah. Thanks for all the concern,” Azharuddin Tweeted.
Good evening everyone. Thank you for all your messages. I had a minor accident today and I am well and safe by the grace of allah. Thanks for all the concern.
— Mohammed Azharuddin (@azharflicks) December 30, 2020
Mohammad Azharuddin attended BCCI AGM:
Last week, Mohammad Azharuddin, who holds the office of Hyderabad Cricket Association President, attended the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) Annual General Meeting.
He also featured in the exhibition match between the president’s XI and secretary XI played at the rebuilt Motera Stadium, which will host 2 Tests against England in February-March 2021. Azharuddin played for Jay Shah’s XI and scored a match-winning 37 against Sourav Ganguly‘s XI. Ganguly also scored a fifty in the match but could not guide his team to victory.