2007 World Cup winner Joginder Sharma accused of abetment of suicide. Joginder Sharma is one of six people accuse of assisting in the suicide of a Hisar resident named Pawan.
Former India footballer Joginder Sharma charge with abetting the suicide of a Hisar native named Pawan.
Sharma and five other persons charge by the Haryana Police
Sunita, Pawan’s mother, filed the complaint on January 2, after her son allegedly hanged himself on January 1 over a property dispute.
Sunita added that her son’s case now being heard in court. Sharma is the Haryana Deputy Superintendent of Police for the uninitiated. After leading India to victory in the 2007 T20 World Cup, he became a household name. The right-arm bowler delivered the final over in the final between India and Pakistan, assisting his team to victory.
Pawan’s family, whos 27 at the time of his death, declined to claim his body on Thursday, January 4. They demonstrated in front of the Hisar CMO Office. The family wants that the offenders be charge under the Schedule Castes/Schedule Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act and arrest immediately.
Aside from Sharma, the other five suspects were name as Ajayveer, Ishwar Jhajharia, Prem Khati, Arjun, and hockey coach Rajendra Sihag.
Following the registration of the case, a FIR file against all six defendants under IPC section 306 (abetment to commit suicide). According to the FIR, Sunita claimed that her son took the extreme measure due to the case and the persistent pressure from the accused. Ajayveer and Arjun, according to the lawsuit, asked Pawan to leave his house last week. Sunita further said that the accused had been tormenting her family for a long time.
I don’t know Pawan and have never met him: Joginder Sharma
Sharma, who announced his retirement from all forms of cricket in February 2023, disputed the charges, stating he didn’t know Pawan and had never met him.
“I’m not aware of this case. “I don’t know Pawan and have never met him,” said the Rohtak resident, according to India Today.