‘Blood on your hands’: Michael Slater slams Australian PM | Cricket News

NEW DELHI: Cricketer-turned-commentator Michael Slater, who’s at present doing commentary within the IPL right here, has launched a scathing assault on his nation’s Prime Minister Scott Morrison for not permitting its residents to return from COVID-19 hit India, calling the journey ban a “shame”.
Australia has shut its borders and never permitting any industrial flights from India due to the huge COVID-19 surge right here which has led to all of the gamers, help employees and commentators, who may need needed to go away the IPL in a repair.

The federal government has made it clear that Australians who’re engaged within the IPL should make their very own preparations.
“If our Authorities cared for the security of Aussies they’d permit us to get residence. It is a shame!! Blood in your palms PM. How dare you deal with us like this. How about you type out quarantine system. I had authorities permission to work on the IPL however I now have authorities neglect,” Slater tweeted.

Threatening a five-year jail time period or hefty advantageous, the Australian authorities quickly barred its residents from getting into the nation in the event that they occurred to be in India inside 14 days of their meant arrival.
The choice was introduced after a gathering of the Nationwide Cupboard final Friday and got here into power from Monday.
The transfer goals at holding the COVID-19 unfold in examine in Australia as India is dealing with a surge in instances.
The choice was additionally primarily based on the proportion of abroad travellers in quarantine in Australia, who’ve contracted the an infection in India, in keeping with Well being Minister Greg Hunt.
Three Australian gamers left the IPL earlier than the journey ban got here into power. The ban is because of finish on Might 15.
As many as 14 Australian gamers are competing within the IPL.

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