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IND vs. Aus: BCCI accuses Cricket Australia of conspiracy to support players through Covid 19 protocol

The controversy over the separation of five players from Team India and the Biosafety protocol is now on fire. The BCCI has made it clear that it will fully support its players and has accused Cricket Australia of conspiracy after the defeat in Melbourne. Five players, including Rohit Sharma, have been isolated and are being investigated for violating the bio-bubble protocol. Earlier, a fan posted a video on Twitter where the five were eating at an indoor restaurant. The man further claimed that he hugged Pant but later removed the tweet.

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Talking to PTI, a BCCI official said, “The players were standing outside the restaurant due to light rain, then they went inside.” In Cricket Australia, if the Indian team can be bothered in this way, it is a very bad thing. First of all they are allowed to practice. Second, I don’t think it has become such a big thing, which should have the opposite effect. No, the bio-bubble protocol is not broken in any way. Everyone who is associated with Team India knows the protocol. All we can say is that after a bad defeat at the hands of India, the Australian media move it is an offensive move.

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The next few days are going to be important for Team India, as the team has to leave for Sydney. Whether these five players will be available for the third Test will be known in the next 722 hours. Cricket Australia is investigating the video. Significantly, after arriving in Australia, Rohit Sharma recently completed his 14-day quarantine period on 29 December. Rohit passes fitness test at NCA after recovering from hamstring injury. India beat Australia by 8 wickets in the Boxing-Day Test to make the series 1-1.

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