They are among the 100-odd people who were detained by the Mumbai Police. Earlier, Parnell had claimed that he and fellow Pune Warriors teammate Rahul Sharma were innocent and that they were “at the wrong place at the wrong time” after the duo were detained during a raid on a rave party in suburban Juhu.
His Pune Warriors team mate and India spinner, Rahul Sharma had said that if his tests are positive, he’ll quit cricket. The BCCI has refused to comment on the latest development.
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- 44 people at rave party test positive for drugs, face arrest
- Two IPL players among 100 detained at rave party
- 50% of players in trials for Kabaddi World Cup test positive
- Organiser of rave party arrested
- Dengue spreads its tentacles, six test positive in last one week
- 19 more test positive for dengue
- Rave party: Khalapur hotel COO Aparajit Mittal arrested
- Youth with pistol held near Rahul Gandhi in Amethi
- Man with revolver detained while trying to move close to Rahul