Harmeet Singh, a team member in the Jammu and Kashmir Ranji squad, who has also played for Rajasthan Royals in the 2013 edition of the Indian Premier League was arrested on February 20, 2017, as he drove his car onto platform No.1 of the Andheri station, North West Mumbai.

A terrible incident during the peak commuting hour

The incident happened at around 07.30 AM, and the commuters who were present during the peak hours at the Railway Station were terribly shocked to see a car running past them on the platform.People soon raised the alarm, but Harmeet continued driving, causing heavy chaos and finally stopping the vehicle near an escalator.

Soon, the Railway Protection Force entered the scene, confiscated the car and arrested Harmeet. A case has been charged against Harmeet under 147, 145(b), and 154 of the Indian Railway Act.

A senior official of the Andheri Railway Protection Force told that the cricketer is new to the city, and he might have driven into the platform after he lost his way, and might have accidentally landed on the platform.The Police officials have now sent the blood samples of Harmeet to the laboratory to know whether Harmeet was under the influence of alcohol at the time of the incident.This is not the first time that a car is being rammed onto the

This is not the first time that a car is being rammed onto the Andheri Station.

Two months back, a man named Rajesh Yadav drove his Toyota Innova to platform No 6.

Match-fixing in 2013, and now this negligent driving

Harmeet Singh was part of India's Under-19 World Cup team.

Soon, he got selected in the Rajasthan Royals team and played some matches in the 2013 edition of the Indian Premier League. But unfortunately, his name was cropped up in the notorious match-fixing scandal along with Sreesanth, Ajit Chandila, and Ankeet Chavan.

Later, he was ruled innocent by the court, and he returned to domestic cricket.This incident is expected to create negative impacts in the career of Harpreet, and we should wait and see to know how he will recover from this.

More details are awaited.