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IPL 2021: Australia commentator Michael Slater leaves die Bio bubble and lands in Maldives: report


According to a published report in Slater, die Australian newspaper, is based on Scott Morrison die Fled Maldives government made it clear that Australians, who are engaged in The IPL must make its own arrangements to return.

After Slater die Having reached Maldives, he launched a devastating Twitter attack on Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison for not allow its citizens to return from India, calling the travel ban a “shame”.

“If our government cared for the safety of They would be Aussies allow us to get home. It’s a shame !! blood on Your hands PM. How dare you treat us like these. How about you sort it out out die quarantine system. I had government Permission to work on I have the IPL now government Neglect, “Slater had tweeted. Slater had been part of it of the comment panel in the IPL and was in die Bio-bubble since then.

Morrison said Slater’s comments were “absurd”. “No, that’s obviously absurd. This is about getting more people home for sure, die third wave here to prevent in Australia, “Morrison told the Nine Network.

“Everyone system becomes face It’s stressful and I’m not going to break that system. What I’m going to do is take reasonable action to die to protect system so i can bring more Australian home and die Australian in Bring security for the longer term,” he said.

Australia has shut because of its borders and not allow commercial flights from India of the massive COVID-19 surge there. India is currently recording over 3 lakh falls on a daily basis and more than 3,000 daily deaths. A five-threat year jail term or a heavy fine, the Australian government temporarily its citizens from entry in locked the country if they happened to be in India within 14 days of their intended arrival. Three Australians players left the IPL before the travel ban force. Up to 14 Australians players competed in the IPL.

(With PTI inputs)

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