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Gir National Park Visit lands Ravindra Jadeja in trouble

Gir National Park Visit lands Ravindra Jadeja in trouble- All rounder cricketer Ravindra Jadeja has got into trouble after taking photos with lions in Gir forest. The left hand batsman of team India is on Gujarat tour and has caught in trouble for the violation of rules. Jadeja got down of the vehicles and clicked pictures with several poses.

His uploading of those pictures on social networking media alerted Gir National Park and Sanctuary officials and the respective department has asked inquiry about this issue. As the former CSK player has vitiated the rules by getting out of the vehicle which is not allowed for the tourists.

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Gir National Park Visit lands Ravindra Jadeja in trouble

Gir National Park Visit lands Ravindra Jadeja in trouble

The Gujarat Forest Department has ordered an inquiry against the Gujarat Lions all-rounder, as tourists are not allowed to get down from their vehicles during a safari inside the jungle. The well known spinner violated the rules and need to be fined for his act.

Aniruddh Pratap Singh, chief conservator of forests (CCF) of Junagadh wildlife circle, told media that tourists weren’t allowed to get out of the vehicle, but Ravindra Jadeja’s photos on social networking media showed that he had violated the rules.

Jadeja took seflies with his wife and also with his fans as well as security guards. He tagged those pics on his twitter account and thus the issue came into light. GNPS superintendent Ram Ratan Nala wasn’t present at that spot when this incident took place.

Nala opined that Jadeja shouldn’t have got out of the vehicle as it is against the rule. No tourist is agreed to get out of the vehicle as the lions are free in that forest and if any mishap happens, the authorities wouldn’t be responsible for it.

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