BCCI has also come into action on the news of the Australian media constantly breaking the rules of Bio-Secure Bubble on Rishabh Pant’s tour of Australia (India vs Australia). A statement has been issued by the BCCI in this regard. The BCCI says that the information given in media reports is incorrect. It has nothing to do with reality.

During an interaction with news agency PTI, a BCCI official said,

“No, no biologically safe rules have been violated. Joined the team, each individual rules is well aware K

All these things started when a fan named Nawaldeep Singh tweeted a picture and video of Indian cricketers Rohit Sharma, Rishabh Pant, Navdeep Saini, and Shubman Gill eating at a restaurant.

The fan, who claimed to sit next to the players at the restaurant, later apologized for causing confusion. The fan claimed that Pant had hugged him after paying the food bills of the players.

As per rules, players are allowed to eat outside provided they take necessary precautions.

“We can only call it the malicious act of a group of Australian media and it started after their shameful defeat.

India beat Australia by eight wickets in the second Test in Melbourne, due to which India bounced back strongly after a crushing defeat in Adelaide.

The Sydney Morning Herald called the visit to the restaurant a violation of rules regarding a biologically safe environment, but there was no statement from BCCI, Cricket Australia, or anyone associated with the Indian team management in their news.