Former Indian cricketer Vinod Kambli went into trouble as FIR has been registered against him for assaulting her wife. The incident took place at his home in suburban Bandra. No arrest has been so far regarding this incident.
Vinod Kambli’s wife Andrea in her police complaint said that he threw the handle of the cooking pan. Kambli was in a drunken state as Andrea suffered head injuries. The incident took place between 1 and 1.30 PM on Friday when Kambli reached his flat in a drunken state and showed an aggressive attitude against her wife.
Andrea then went for a medical examination at Bhabha Hospital. Andrea made a complaint against Kambli as Bandra Police registered the FIR Under Indian Penal Section Code Sections 324 causing hurt by dangerous weapons and 504 intentional insults to hurt a person.
Kambli has been in the headlines for the wrong reasons again. “Despite trying to pacify him, he abused me and my son for no reason. He charged at us for no reason. After hitting the cooking panhandle, he charged again with a bat. I managed to stop him before leaving with my son and rushed to the hospital,” she said about the incident.
Vinod Kambli has been in news for controversies. He was arrested by Mumbai Police for ramming into the gate of the housing society.
The incident is a shocking event as Kambli has been struggling in his life. He was a part of the Indian team that lost in the semi-finals against Sri Lanka during the 1996 World Cup match at Eden Gardens, Kolkata.
Kambli played a total of 17 Test matches, and 104 One-day internationals for Team India. He also featured for Mumbai in 129 First Class matches with 9965 runs.
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