Indian cricket team off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin has expressed his desire to meet an Indian fan who allegedly made racist remarks and allegations of misconduct by a security officer during the India vs Australia Sydney Test against Australia. Have planted.
According to a report by the Sydney Morning Herald, an Indian fan named Krishna Kumar was found in NSW by Legal Personal for an official complaint against it. Kumar has alleged that the security officer questioned one of his banners and asked him to return from the Sydney Cricket Ground.
‘Rivalry is good, not racism’
According to Kumar, some words against racism were written on that banner. He told the banner that “rivalry is good, not racism.” Friend not racism. ‘ Indian players Mohammed Siraj and Jaspreet Bumrah were lavishly commented by the audience during the third Test match played between India and Australia.
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Krishna said, ‘The security officer said that if you want a solution, then go to where you have come from. The officer told the junior guard that whenever I come to the ground, I should be thoroughly investigated. The fan also talked to the Australian media about this and said that this experience was very scary for me.
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Ashwin has expressed his desire to talk to an Indian fan, sharing a news related to this. Veteran spin bowler Ashwin tweeted, ‘Krishna Kumar how can I reach you? well done.’ Along with this, he has shared applause playing emoji.
On the fourth day of the Sydney Test, the game had to be stopped for some time.
Apart from Mohmmed Siraj, who visited Australia for the first time, Jasprit Bumrah also suffered from racial comments from viewers for two consecutive days. On the fourth day in Sydney, the game had to be stopped for some time when the Indian team complained to the umpires. Six spectators were then evicted from the field and Cricket Australia apologized.