Three captured for homicide of Suresh Raina's family members in Punjab, previous cricketer expresses gratitude toward CM for help
Cricketer Suresh Raina, who got back from UAE and pulled out of IPL this year, to help his family that had been severely assaulted in a town in Punjab, has communicated fulfillment after the homicide instance of his family members was fathomed.
Raina on Wednesday visited his home in Tharial town in Punjab, where his uncle and cousin lost their lives in an abhorrent burglary assault while his auntie is as yet engaging for her life in the clinic. The police have been exploring this case and have addressed in excess of 100 individuals in such a manner.
The cricketer had before tweeted requesting help and backing from the Punjab Chief Minister Amrinder Singh and Punjab Police and the CM had guaranteed him of full participation in the issue. Raina, while addressing the media people assembled in his town Tharial in Pathankot, expressed gratitude toward the main clergyman for his help and said that everybody should meet up and help this family out of luck.
The awful episode including Raina's family occurred on the evening of nineteenth August, at around 7-8 pm, when 5 of the denounced went into Ashok Kumar's home, slaughtering 2 and fundamentally harming 1 preceding escaping with money and gems. Raina's uncle kicked the bucket on the spot while his cousin died in the wake of doing combating his wounds for quite a long time.
The previous India cricketer, without precedent for his IPL vocation in 13 years, won't be an aspect of the competition when the up and coming season starts in UAE from the nineteenth September. He had pulled out of the competition referring to individual reasons and got back in the most recent seven day stretch of August. Raina's nonappearance will be an immense misfortune for CSK.
Chennai Super Kings will open their IPL 2020 mission against Mumbai Indians in the season-opener which will be played at the Sheik Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi on September 19.