India’s ace all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja has risked himself on getting fined yet again after the latter posted a video of lions wandering around in the Gir Forest National Park, a wildlife sanctuary in Gujarat. Prior to this Jadeja was fined in the year 2016 for sharing a selfie with the lions of the dense Gir forest.
This time the all-rounder posted a video on his Instagram account of few Lions wandering around the Gir Forest captioning the video as “Woah Best experience ever!!”. This could land up Ravindra Jadeja in further trouble, possibly facing a higher margin of fine that he was sanctioned last time in 2016.
Ravindra Jadeja Risks Another Penalization After 2016
In 2016, Ravindra Jadeja was sanctioned a fine of ₹ 20,000 for taking a selfie with the Lions at Gir Wildlife Sanctuary. The act committed by Jadeja is strictly prohibited by law which is why such action was taken on the all-rounder.
Ravindra Jadeja was ruled out of the entire four-match Test series against England scheduled to start in February. Initially, it was reported that Jadeja will miss the first two matches of the series but as it looks now, the all-rounder will take some more time to recover from the injury and is expected to return for the limited-overs leg.
Meanwhile, Jadeja suffered a finger dislocation during India’s third Test against Australia at the Sydney Cricket Ground while batting. A ball jumped off the turf to hit his finger which required immediate attention. While he continued batting then but didn’t return to the field for the second innings, though he was all ready to come out to bat during the 4th innings of the Sydney Test but didn’t require to all thanks to the heroics of Hanuma Vihari and Ravichandran Ashwin.