Major action may be taken against former Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh, this is the reason


Former Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh has landed in trouble for operating his villa in Morjim as a homestay. In this regard, a notice has been issued to Yuvraj Singh on behalf of the Goa Tourism Department.

In this matter, now Yuvraj Singh will have to appear for the hearing on December 8.

According to the Goa Tourism Business Act 1982, homestays can be operated in the state only after registration. According to reports, the tourism department, through its notice, asked Yuvraj Singh, popularly known as the Sixer King of India, why penal action should not be taken against him for not registering the property under the Tourism Trade Act.

Yuvraj Singh is counted among the legendary players of India. He was instrumental in helping India win two World Cups. He has many records in his name.