“Blood On Your Hands, PM”: Michael Slater, IPL Commentator, Slams Australian Government

IPL 2021: Michael Slater has been left enraged by his authorities’s current actions.© Instagram

With suspension of direct passenger flights from India to Australia, the Aussie contingent within the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 have been left in full jeopardy. Commentators like Michael Slater and Brett Lee are at the moment in India for IPL 2021, together with gamers like David Warner and Steve Smith. The Australian authorities have banned flights from India until Might 15 and not too long ago even the nation’s Prime Minister Scott Morrison stated that cricketers within the IPL should make their very own preparations to return dwelling. Slater took to Twitter to slam his authorities for not serving to out Australians within the match, and wrote, “If our Authorities cared for the security of Aussies they’d enable us to get dwelling. It is a shame!! Blood in your arms PM. How dare you deal with us like this. How about you kind out quarantine system. I had authorities permission to work on the IPL however I now have authorities neglect”.

India has been closely hit by the second wave of the lethal coronavirus pandemic. Within the final 24 hours, the nation has seen an enormous surge of three.68 lakh contemporary instances, and has taken India’s caseload to 1.99 crore.

After the choice to droop flights, three Australian cricketers – Adam Zampa, Andrew Tye and Kane Richardson – withdrew from the league and left for his or her nation.


A complete of 14 Australian gamers nonetheless stay within the match. The competitors has additionally been closely hit by the virus, with Monday’s match between Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) and Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) getting suspended. KKR’s Varun Chakravarthy and Sandeep Warrier have examined optimistic for coronavirus.

Additionally, 5 Delhi and District Cricket Affiliation (DDCA) floor workers have examined optimistic. DDCA might be internet hosting IPL 2021 matches till Might 8.

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