IPL 2020 : Chennai Super Kings star allrounder Ravinder Jadeja gets into a altercation with a woman cop

Chennai Super Kings star allrounder Ravinder Jadeza had a run-in with a lady constable in Rajkot who stopped him for allegedly not wearing a mask.

According to a report by TOI, Head constable Sonal Gosai of Mahila police station stopped Jadeja who was with his wife Rivaba in their car in Kisanpara Chowk at around 9pm. There was an altercation when she reportedly asked them to pay penalty for not wearing masks and asked for his licence. Sources said Jadeja informed police that the cop had behaved rudely with them. Gosai later got herself admitted to a private hospital on University Road complaining of stress, sources said.

When contacted, deputy commissioner of police Manoharsinh Jadeja said, “Jadeja and the constable both have accused each other of rude behaviour. There is no formal complaint from either side. As per my information, Jadeja was wearing a mask and we are investigating whether his wife was wearing or not.”, reports TOI. 
 
 
IPL 2020 : Ravinder Jadeza will leave on Friday for Chennai to attend Chennai Super Kings camp
 
Meanwhile CSK team management has asked Jadeza along with other team members to assemble in Chennai by 14th August. Jadeza is likely to leave for Chennai on Friday as the camp for CSK team is scheduled to begin on 15th August. After a 5 day camp, CSK is likely to travel to Dubai via a chartered flight booked by the CSK management on 22nd August. As reported by InsideSport on Monday, CSK team has been booked in a 5 star property just next to Burj Khalifa for almost 90 day stay in Dubai. 
 
Former India bowler and CSK bowling coach Lakshmipathy Balaji will be the in charge of the 5-day camp in Chennai. According to Balaji the camp will primarily to get back some rhythm in the players. 

“We will look to continue from where we left off in March. The key to success in the IPL is to perform collectively. Our aim will be to regroup as a team and start our preparations. But each player will have their own different routines and formula to prepare for the tournament. The idea is to give them enough space and freedom to understand their body and find their rhythm before coming together as a group, said Balaji. 
 
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