Bangla Hunt Desk: This time the controversy in IPL seems to be leaving Chennai Super Kings behind. Mahendra Singh Dhoni's Chennai Super Kings are having a very disappointing performance in the IPL this time. One debate after another over it. Chennai were accused of violating the Corona rules before the start of the IPL. As a result, 13 members of Chennai Super Kings were attacked by Corona. Chennai Super Kings were again accused of violating the Corona Rules.
Chennai Super Kings have been accused of breaking the IPL's bio-security bubble. Chennai Super Kings cricketer KM Asif has reportedly broken the biological safety net.
However, this allegation has been completely refuted by Chennai Super Kings CEO Kashi Bishwanathan. He claimed that Asif did not break any kind of biological protection. Thinking a little more about the whole thing. But even then the debate is not going to stop.
At the start of the incident, Asif lost the key to his room. He went to the reception to find the key without telling anyone, despite the BCCI ban. And since then, Asif has been accused of breaking the biological protection zone. He has already been sent to six-day quarantine. However, the controversy is not leaving behind the Chennai Super Kings team.