Fast bowler Vikas Tokas, who was a part of IPL team Royal Challengers Bangalore under the captaincy of Virat Kohli, has been misbehaved by a police officer. Vikas himself has filed a complaint in this matter. He has said in his complaint that the police officer punched him in the face, which saved his eyes from bursting. The matter is from Delhi itself and the victim cricketer has also written a report in this matter at Bhikaji Cama police station in the capital.
According to media reports, National Cricketer Vikas has said that the police officer misbehaved with him and also assaulted him, due to which he suffered a serious injury under his eye and his eyesight was also saved. Vikas has also mailed a complaint to the police headquarters. He has also sent his photo to the police along with the complaint mail. Vikas wrote in the mail, ‘I am doing this in the mail regarding the complaint of the matter which happened to me on 26 January 2022. I am a national level and IPL cricketer. That day I was abused by the police officers and even punched me. This saved my eyesight on the go.
Vikas has been a part of Virat Kohli’s RCB team
Vikas plays for Delhi at the domestic level. Apart from this, he has also played cricket cricket for North Zone and Railways. He has also been a part of the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) team in 2016. Vikas was bought by the ACB in the auction for Rs 10 lakh. At that time Virat Kohli was the captain of the team. However, Vikas did not get a chance to play any match in the IPL. The fast bowler has played 15 first class and 17 T20 matches so far.