Bangla Hunt Desk: This time India's visit to Australia has caused multiple controversies. Indian cricketers have repeatedly been the victims of racism during their tour of Australia. During the Sydney Test, Indian supporters made racist remarks aimed at Indian bowlers Jaspreet Bumrah and Mohammad Siraj. In the last Test in Brisbane, racist remarks were also made against Indian bowlers Siraj and Washington Sundar.
However, Indian cricketers have been subjected to racism not only on the field but also off the field in various ways. Indian cricketers have been repeatedly subjected to racist harassment in Australia in the name of biological protection. Indian spinner Ravichandran Ashwin has made such a serious allegation against the Australian Cricket Board.
Rabichandran Ashwin said on the YouTube channel, “After arriving in Sydney, both teams were placed in quarantine. We could not use the same lift even if India and Australia were in the same quarantine. We were not allowed to take the lift that Australian cricketers used to take. It made us feel bad. Besides our swimming pool in Brisbane, the gym was not allowed to use anything. Everything from hotel rooms to bathrooms we had to clean ourselves.