Indian cricketers did not get housekeeping service in Brisbane Hotel

Brisbane, 12 January (IANS). The Indian cricket team, who arrived in Brisbane for the fourth and final Test against Australia, were denied some basic facilities after checking in at the Brisbane Hotel on Tuesday. After this, the BCCI is now engaged in contacting the host Cricket Australia (CA).

In the hotel where the Indian team has stayed, they have also been refused to use the swimming pool with the housekeeping service. This is believed to have been done to curb the Kovid-19 transmission community as Brisbane has already been declared a hotspot area.

A BCCI official confirmed this to IANS that the Indian team arrived in Brisbane on Tuesday afternoon and after that they were also denied the use of housekeeping, room service and swimming pools.

The official said, BCCI is in touch with CA in this matter. Hopefully the matter will be resolved.

There was speculation that the Indian team would not go to Brisbane. However, there was no official statement of BCCI or CA in this matter.

The hotel has strict quarantine regulations due to rising cases of the Corona epidemic and lockdown at the border with New South Wales.

India and Australia are on a 1-1 draw in the four-match Test series and the fourth and final Test of the series will be played at the Gabba ground in Brisbane from Friday.



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