If the citizens from India want to return to the country, the Australian government has imposed 5 years in jail and fine

BanglaHunt Desk: The second wave of India’s (India) coroner (covid-19) struck like wildfire. In this situation, the Australian government banned the return of its citizens from India. However, human rights groups have not been able to comply with the Australian government’s guidelines.

In a few days, the second wave of Corona has spread like wildfire in India. The number of victims is increasing by leaps and bounds every day. At the same time, the death toll is rising. Crisis has also occurred in the case of hospital beds and oxygen. Neighboring countries and friendly countries have also come forward to help.

However, on the day of the crisis in India, the Australian government banned the return of citizens from there. There are about 9,000 Australians in India. Among them are cricketers who have come to play in the IPL. However, the Australian government took such a tough decision as about 600 Australians living in India were ill.

Australian Health Minister Greg Hunt said in a statement that the ban would take effect on May 3. The government has taken this decision to prevent coronavirus infection as group infections have not yet started in Australia. Not only was he banned from returning to the country, but he was also sentenced to five years in prison and fined ৭ 36,000 if he tried to return to the country in defiance of government guidelines. This guideline will continue till May 15. The Australian government will then reconsider this.