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Vinod Kambli alleges racial slur by woman
Vinod Kambli Alleges Racial Slur By Woman, Former Indian cricketer Vinod Kambli, Kambli's Complaint. Former Indian cricketer Vinod Kambli has allegedly lodged a police complaint against a foreigner for making a racist comment against him over a car parking dispute in his housing society.
Former Indian cricketer Vinod Kambli has allegedly lodged a police complaint against a foreigner for making a racist comment against him over a car parking dispute in his housing society.
Kambli told Bandra Police that at around 8:15 pm on Thursday, he had an argument with a woman residing in the Jewel Co-operative Housing Society building reported DNA.
The Bandra Police station has accepted Kambli's complaint and given him an assurance that they will carry out an investigation against the foreigner woman on Friday.
Kambli told the media: "There was a dispute on a parking issue, but, during the dispute, she used some racial statement. I asked her to talk to the society chairman. She threatened me that she has contacts in India and abroad. Then, she called me a "Black Indian"
“She is a tenant over here. Then, I filed an FIR at the Bandra police station after she called me a ‘Bully’, which means ‘Black Indian’. I felt very bad after hearing the word ‘Black Indian’. According to the law, no action can be taken against a woman at night. But, they (the police) assured me that they will take action in the morning. I think this is an abuse to Indians. We welcome our guests here, and, they speak to us like this,” he said.