The Indian cricket team, who arrived in Brisbane for the fourth and final Test against Australia, was accommodated at a hotel without infrastructure on Tuesday and was subsequently forced to intervene by top officials of the Indian Cricket Board. It is learned that BCCI President Sourav Ganguly, Secretary Jai Shah and CEO Hemang Amin have contacted Cricket Australia officials after receiving the complaints. There is hope that India will not face any trouble.
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There is no room service or housekeeping in the hotel, a senior board member said. The gym is also not of international standard and cannot go to the swimming pool. All these facilities were promised to them during check-in. The fourth Test between India and Australia will be played in Brisbane from January 15. There is a strong quarantine in hotels as the corona epidemic and lockdown cases on the New South Wales border are on the rise.
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When asked if they were allowed to meet the players, yes they were given a team room and they could meet each other inside the hotel, sources said. Asked if the team had staged a protest in front of hotel officials, and when the manager was informed of the complaint, he said both teams had similar rules. The core group just does not have strict rules for a team. The Indian team hoped that Ganguly and Shah would find a solution to the problem.