Cricketer-commentator Michael Slater, who is currently commenting here in the IPL, has launched a ghastly attack on his country’s Prime Minister Scott Morrison, for not allowing his citizens to return from the COVID-19 hit India, the travel ban. Called insult “.

Australia has closed its borders and has not allowed any commercial flights from India due to the huge growth of COVID-19, which has brought all players, support staff and commentators, who may have given the IPL a certain time. Wanted to leave

The government has made it clear that Australian players who are busy in the IPL will have to make their own arrangements.

“If our government took care of the safety of the Australians, they would allow us to take them home.” This is an insult !! PM the blood on your hands. How dare you treat us like that. How do you solve a quarantine system? I had the government’s permission to work on the IPL but I have government neglect now, “Slater tweeted.

Threatening a five-year jail term or heavy fines, the Australian government temporarily barred its citizens from entering the country if they occurred in India within 14 days of their intended arrival. The decision was announced after a meeting of the National Cabinet last Friday and came into force from Monday.

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The move aims to keep COVID-19 in check in Australia as India faces an upsurge in affairs.

The decision was also based on the proportion of foreign travelers in Australia to Quarantine, who have contracted the infection in India, according to Greg Hunt, a health implant.