Jadeja paid the effective with out making a fuss.
Ajay Jadeja, the previous Indian cricketer, discovered himself in controversy after being fined INR 5,000 for dumping rubbish in Nachinola, a village in Goa. Trupti Bandodkar, the sarpanch of the village, put forth the event on Monday, June 28.
The village is located within the neighbourhood of Jadeja’s bungalow on the Aldona village in North Goa. Numerous celebrities reside in Jadeja’s village, specifically famend author Amitav Ghosh. The sarpanch additionally acknowledged that Jadeja paid the effective with out making a fuss.
We discovered a invoice within the identify of Ajay Jadeja in some baggage of rubbish: Sarpanch
“We’re tormented by the rubbish situation in our village. Rubbish from outdoors can also be dumped within the village, so we appointed some youth to gather the rubbish baggage and scan them for any proof to establish the culprits,” the sarpanch was quoted as saying in Occasions Now.
“We discovered a invoice within the identify of Ajay Jadeja in some baggage of rubbish. After we knowledgeable him to not dump the rubbish within the village sooner or later, he mentioned he was keen to pay the effective. So he paid it. We’re proud that such a celeb, a preferred cricket participant, stays in our village, however such folks ought to comply with the rubbish norms,” he added.
Jadeja was a distinguished member of the Indian nationwide cricket group and his profession lasted eight years from 1992 to 2000. In 15 Exams and 196 ODIs, he managed 576 and 5,359 runs respectively with six centuries 34 half-centuries to indicate for his efforts.
His highest rating of 119 got here towards Sri Lanka in Colombo again in 1997. He additionally scored tons towards Zimbabwe, Australia, and West Indies. Jadeja made his final look for India in an ODI towards Bangladesh in June 2000 on the Bangabandhu Nationwide Stadium in Dhaka.
Throughout these occasions, his identify additionally emerged within the match-fixing scandal that rocked Indian cricket. He was thereafter banned for 5 years from all types of cricket.
In 2003, the Delhi Excessive Courtroom overturned the ban because of lack of proof. Jadeja tried to make a comeback however didn’t get a lot assist from the BCCI.