Former Maharashtra Ranji participant Shekhar Gawli died after falling in a 250-feet-deep gorge in Maharashtra’s Nashik district, police stated on Wednesday. Gawli, 45, who performed two top quality fits for Maharashtra, went for trekking within the Western Ghat mountains of Igatpuri hill station in Nashik along side a few of his buddies on Tuesday night time. He fell into the gorge after allegedly dropping his steadiness, the police stated.
“His frame was once discovered at round 10 am on Wednesday. The frame can be passed over to the members of the family after postmortem,” an reliable from Igatpuri police station instructed PTI.
Gawli was once previous the assistant trainer of the Maharashtra cricket group and was once recently the health teacher of the U23 group. He was once a proper hand batsman and a leg-spinner.