IPL 2021: Michael Slater angry over PM Scott Morrison for not allowing return of Kangaroo players from India

Cricket-turned-commentator Michael Slater has criticized his country’s Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison for not allowing his players to return from Kovid-19-affected India, which is outrageous. Slater is currently playing the role of narrator in the Indian Premier League (IPL). Australia has banned commercial flights due to the Kovid-19 outbreak in India, which has raised the issue of all players, support staff and commentators participating in the IPL.

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The Government has made it clear that Australian citizens concerned with the IPL will have to make some arrangements themselves. “If our government is concerned about the safety of Australian citizens, it will allow us to return home,” Slater tweeted. This is outrageous. You are responsible for any unpleasant incident, PM. How do you treat us? How do you solve a quarantine. The government gave me permission to work in the IPL and now the government is ignoring it.

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Explain that the Australian government has imposed a temporary ban on the arrival of its citizens from India. Currently, the ban is imposed until May 15. It is said that Slater is currently out of the IPL 2021 bio bubble and has gone to visit the Maldives. From here he tries to return to his country of Australia. With this, Slater will no longer be seen in the next matches of IPL 2021.