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DCW chairman Maliwal said he'll take legal action against people mistreating Shubman Gill's sister

After the cricketer's century helped Gujarat Titans defeat Royal Challengers Bangalore in the IPL on Monday, DCW president Swati Maliwal condemned individuals harassing Shubman Gill's sister on social media.
She promised to take action against anybody harassing the batsman's sister.
It is quite disheartening to witness trolls harassing #ShubhmanGill's sister only because their team lost a game. In the past, we took action against those mistreating #ViratKohli's daughter. In addition, DCW will pursue legal action against anybody who has assaulted Gill's sister. This is not acceptable, she said in a tweet.
With a stunning century to help Gujarat Titans defeat Royal Challengers Bangalore by six wickets in the IPL, Shubman Gill once again established himself as Virat Kohli's likely successor. This victory allowed Rohit Sharma's Mumbai Indians to advance as the fourth team in the play-offs.
Titans elanously pursued the goal after Gill's unbeaten 104 off 52 balls.

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