Mumbai: Ex-cricketer Vinod Kambli abused on social media

Mumbai: Former cricketer Vinod Kambli has submitted a complaint letter at Bandra police station after he and his family were allegedly abused on micro-blogging website Twitter on Wednesday night.

After Kambli replied to the abusive message(s) on Twitter by tagging Mumbai police commissioner Datta Padsalgikar, the man deleted his tweets. The Bandra police as well as cyber police is investigating the matter.

“My friend wherever you are I make sure I’ll will find you and get you arrested for using abusive language about me and my family. Wait and see <\@>CPMumbaiPolice kindly take action:” Kambli wrote on Twitter.

“One unknown person has abused me and my family on twitter. It was uncalled for. After abusing me and my family the person has deleted his tweets. I have requested Mumbai police to retrieve the deleted tweets. I could not take the screenshot of his message. I have given one written complaint to Bandra police and the officers are going to take severe step,” Kambli told the Free Press Journal. “After going through his profile I have learnt that he is from somewhere in Maharashtra. I would suggest people to tweet sensibly. One should not jump on anyone’s family and abuse them,” he added.

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