BCCI denies Team India violated any Australian cricket bio-babbling rule, Australian media criticize | Australian media conspire to defame Indian team after loss, BCCI responds

New Delhi: Five Team India cricketers have gone into exile in Australia. Deputy Captains Rohit Sharma, Shubman Gill, Rishabh Pant, Navdeep Saini and Prithvi Shaw have been accused of violating biosecurity protocol. Cricket Australia gave this information on Saturday. However, a senior Cricket Board of India (BCCI) official said the team were aware of the protocol and that it had not been broken.

Australian media stunned after defeat

According to Cricket Australia’s biosecurity protocol, players have been advised not to dine at indoor restaurants. With this, they were told not to use public vehicles, but they can walk on foot. However, according to protocol, players are allowed to eat at socially distanced outdoor restaurants.

In such a situation, all the uproar arose due to the appearance of 5 Team India players in a closed restaurant. The statement from Cricket Australia did not give a time limit for the investigation, but it was also learned that the management of the Indian team were upset by this.

Free food for Team India became Zee’s website, all players had to isolate themselves

A senior Indian official on the board said: “The players stood outside the restaurant and went inside because of the drizzle. If this was done to put pressure on the Indian team before the third test, then that’s a bad way for Cricket Australia ”.

When asked if Cricket Australia could prevent three players (Rohit, Pant and Gill) from taking part in the next test, the official said: “The first thing is that they have been allowed to train. Second, we don’t think the issue will reach here because it will have negative results.

The official said earlier: “The biosecurity protocol has not been violated. Everyone associated with the Indian team is familiar with the protocol. Australian media left this shigufa to discredit the team after an embarrassing loss.

There was a ruckus on a video

A fan had posted a video on Twitter in which the five of them were eating at a covered restaurant. The person also claimed he was sitting near these players and after paying their food bill he gave Pant a hug. He then deleted the hug tweet as it raised the issue of protocol violation.

Bc mother saamne waale table by gill pants sharma saini fuckkkkkk pic.twitter.com/yQUvdu3shF

– Navaldeep Singh (@NavalGeekSingh) January 1, 2021

This fan’s name is Navdeep and he posted, “He didn’t know who gave his bill… I can’t do much for my superstars.”

Navdeep wrote: ‘When they found out I gave the bill Rohit said my brother take the money friend don’t like it. I said no sir i will Pant hugged me and told me that the picture will not be taken until the money is taken back. I said no brother. Finally everyone took a picture. Appreciated, man.