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Team India: We don’t want to be treated like animals in the zoo

Team India: We don't want to be treated like animals in zoo

Team India: We don’t want to be treated like animals in a zoo

After a few of the reliable reports suggested that Ajinkya Rahane’s Team India does not want to go back into strict quarantine, Ross Bates, a member of the Queensland legislative assembly, insulted their sense and said that they should get back to India as if they do not want to follow the rules.

However, team India does not want to stay in quarantine any more and demand CA to free them as their residents. The players believe that they are treated like animals in the zoo.

Team India: We don’t want to be treated like animals in the zoo

“We think it’s contradictory if you are going to allow fans to come to the ground and enjoy that freedom, and then ask us as performers to go back to the hotel and quarantine.

“That is especially after we’ve been tested negative for the virus. We don’t want to be treated like we are animals in the zoo,” a team insider said while speaking to Cricbuzz.

“It goes back to what we’ve said from the beginning. We want to follow the same rules as every Australian citizen in the country. So, if crowds weren’t allowed inside the ground, then it makes sense for them to ask us to quarantine inside the hotel,” the source added.

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The BCCI believes that India Cricket Team has been subjected to a poor portrayal. Consequently, they are planning to trim the tour and will take on their opponents in three matches eliminating the final Brisbane Test.

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