Saturday, October 17, 2009

A Jammu and Cashmere cricketer was on Sat detained after traces

A Jammu and Cashmere cricketer was on Sat detained after traces of RDX was recovered in his kit bag but was later released for want of any evidence, suasion system organisers of the Champions Association to decelerate the play of its Twenty20 matches. The confinement of Parvez Rasool, an Under-22 cricketer from militancy-hit posit, threw the guard into a tizzy with two Association A matches of the high-profile tourney state regular in the M Chinnaswamy bowl where the participant was staying. Rasool, who hails from Brijbehara in Southern Cashmere, was detained after detectors initiate traces of RDX wmd in his kit bag during a bit warrantee mark this greeting at the bowl where the state group was staying, cue the polity to get his aspect stoppage through from home province. Added Police Commissioner (Law and Status and Guard) M R Pujar said after a thoroughgoing assure of the construction, police proclaimed the primer to be secure for the matches to jazz square. "Tailing a rule instrument orbit of M Chinnaswamy Construction this start, guard was titled to inquire a suspicious bag. "A junior man was condemned for skeptical by personnel but he has after been released without charge. Personnel and assets experts mortal checked the arena twice, as easily as the suspicious bag, but naught of fear has been pioneer. As a result, the stadium has been granted the all-clear for tonight's matches to act," Pujar said in a evidence. Originally, City Personnel Commissioner Shankar Bidari said they detained the owner of the bag as they were in no condition to track any chances with planetary cricketers activity in the on-going Champions Association.

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