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Updated On 08-06-2019 12:19:12 ISTUpdated On 08-06-20192019-06-08T06:48:29.529Z08-06-2019 2019-06-08T06:48:26.403Z - 2019-06-08T06:49:12.157Z - 08-06-2019
Indian captain Virat Kohli has been asked to pay a fine of Rs 500/-. No, this is not a fine for any misbehavior on the cricket field or breaking any ICC rules. The fine on the Indian Captain has been imposed by Municipal Corporation of Gurugram after his domestic help was seen washing Kohli's car with drinking water.
Kohli's house in Gurugram's DLF Phase 1 houses a number of sports car and other high-end luxury cars. Turns out a number of nearby homes were also fined for washing their cars with drinking water. One of the neighbours of Virat Kohli complained to the municipal authorities when they saw Kohli's domestic help washing the car.
“A penalty of Rs 500 was immediately imposed as per rules and the fine amount was also remitted. The worker was using running water to clean the car, leading to wastage of water,” a Municipal Corporation official said.
The severe heatwave this year around in the NCR region has caused an acute shortage of water and in such a scenario people wasting water on car wash caused the Municipal Corporation to take this step. The Indian captain who is on national duty at the World Cup in England owns a number of sports cars with a swanky Audi R8 being the prime attraction.
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