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Updated: March 13, 2010 13:54 IST

Yuvraj, VRV Singh breach security in Chandigarh

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A file photo of Yuvraj Singh.
PTI A file photo of Yuvraj Singh.

In the city for their Indian Premier League opener against Delhi Daredevils, some Kings XI Punjab players, including all-rounder Yuvraj Singh and pacer V.R.V. Singh, allegedly breached security by going out without informing the police.

The Chandigarh police have taken a serious note of alleged security breach, saying that some star players including Yuvraj, ignored security directions and went to “unknown destinations” without informing the police on Friday.

“Without informing the concerned officials, the players have breached security and violated the security norms which we have put in place for the players,” Chandigarh’s Superintendent of Police (Security) H.S. Doon said.

He said that they have sent a complaint to the IPL authorities recommending appropriate action against the players.

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