Indian cricketer Rishi Dhawan has been fined for violating rules during the lockdown period amid coronavirus outbreak. He was fined for driving the cars without permission which is regarded as the violation of the protocol laid by the government during the lockdown period.
The Himachal Pradesh cricketer has represented India in three ODIs and a lone T20I. He caught by police for driving his car during the relaxation period between 10 am-1 pm. It was compulsory to have a pass for driving the car but Rishi was not having that pass so he was charged INR 500. He paid the fine at the spot as reported by the Times of India.
The allrounder has recently contributed Rs 1 lakh to HP COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund through Mandi DC on March 30.
Rishi Dhawan plays cricket for Himachal Pradesh:
The 30-year-old cricketer is a regular and renowned domestic cricketer. In 2016, he earned the call from the national side after having an impressing performance for India A. He was the part of the ODI series during 2016 Australia tour where he could not impress with his performances. He scored 12 runs in three innings and picked just one wicket.
He was also the part of a T20I match against Zimbabwe at Harare on 3rd June 2016 where the pacer picked one wicket. Since then, he has been toiling hard in the domestic platform.
The right-hand batsman has played 79 first-class matches scoring 3,702 runs at an average of 41.13 and has picked up 308 wickets with an average of 26.87. Talking about his List A performance, he has played 96 matches and scored 1777 runs with an average of 34.17. In the bowling department, he has 125 List A scalps to his name.