Cricketers are given the status of a hero in India. Young children consider him as their role model, but if these players break the rules then what message will go in the society. Indian cricketer Rahul Tripathi has set such a bad example, who was found to be accused of violating the Corona Protocol.
The batsman Rahul Tripathi, who went on a rampage by Kolkata Knight Riders in the IPL, was driving a car without a mask in Pune. He also had no valid reason for his exit during the
According to police, he was seen breaking the rules on Friday afternoon near Khadi Machine Chowk in Kondhaba area of the city, after which Tripathi was fined Rs 500. Apart from Kolkata Knight Riders in the IPL, Rahul Tripathi plays domestic cricket for Maharashtra.
The second wave of coronavirus in the country is now coming to a standstill. In one day, 1,73,790 new cases of Kovid-19 were reported in the country, which is the lowest in the last 45 days. The total number of people affected by the infection has increased to 2,77,29,247, according to data from the Union Health Ministry till Saturday morning.
According to the data, the daily infection rate has come down to 8.36 percent and less than 10 percent is being recorded for five consecutive days while the weekly rate of infection has been recorded at 9.84 percent.