There is blood on the hands of the government: Michael Slater

Web Desk. Former Australian cricketer Michael Slater has severely criticized his government for “going to jail for violating the travel ban on India”. According to AFP, Michael Slater told the Australian prime minister on Monday, “You have blood on your hands.”

Australia announced on Saturday that anyone coming to Australia from India, which is badly affected by Corona, would have to spend five years behind bars. The threat from Australia came as some passengers tried to take indirect flights.

They included cricketers Adam Zampa and Ken Richardson, who left their Indian Premier League teams due to the ban. Slater, now known as a television analyst, also commented on the IPL before the number of cases skyrocketed and before leaving the tournament.

“As per an Australian newspaper, he traveled to the Maldives, where he is waiting to see when he will return home.”

Michael Slater, 51, tweeted: “If the government cares about Australians, it should let us go. This is a disgrace, the Prime Minister has blood on your hands. How dare you treat us like that.”



Critics have criticized the government of Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison for leaving its citizens helpless. Morrison has also turned down applications for chartered planes from cricketers in India because of the thousands of citizens and the IPL.

In the first phase, travel bans imposed to prevent corona cases from entering the country from India will continue till May 15. The IPL match was postponed for the first time on Monday after two players tested positive.

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