The Indian all-rounder was fined for breaking the rules of lockdown on the road.

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The lockdown by the Indian government has been announced by the Indian government until April 15 due to the outbreak of the Corona virus across the country, which is why lockdowns are currently under way in every Indian state. And in this lockdown, Rishi Dhawan, an Indian cricket all-rounder, played for the national team with a car on the road. That is why he had to pay a fine.

He lives in Himachal Pradesh. Himachal Pradesh state government had informed that the road will be out from 10 am to noon. According to the rules, Rishi Dhawan was out on the road during that time. But he did not have the 'Vehicle side' when he came out on the road following the rules. And that's why he had to pay a fine of Rs 500 for breaking the rules. It is reported that Rishi Dhawan got out of the road with a car to go to the bank.

Rishi Dhawan made his Indian jersey debut in 2016, playing three one-day matches and a Twenty20 match. But in no way did he catch the eye. That is why he had to be dropped from the international team. However, he plays domestic cricket at the moment. The Indian all-rounder has also played for Kings XI Punjab, Kolkata Knight Riders and Mumbai Indians in the IPL.

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