Australia has canceled all flights coming from India due to Corona’s increasing cases in India. And before the closure of Borders, the players of Australia who are playing IPL in India were asked to return. But now the Association of Cricketers of Australia (ACA) has said on Wednesday that it is still being considered to bring the Australian players to Australia by special aircraft after the IPL.
But Sports Minister Richard Colbeck has said that the government has not yet approved any such decision. Head of the Australian Cricketers’ Association, Todd Greenberg, has said that for this, the teams had talked to the franchisers but at the same time they have said that this task is not easy.
According to the Sydney Morning Herald ‘Greenberg told 2GB radio,’ The issues we are currently in talks with Cricket Australia include whether the arrangement of a special aircraft is possible or not. ‘
He said, ‘This task is not easy. If we can find a way to bring them back home safely without any hindrance, then cricket Australia and our players will have to work on this. ‘
The BCCI says that it is our responsibility to return the players safe after 30 May.
Now let me tell you that the Australian Government’s permission will be required to take players from India to Australia by special aircraft. Kolbeck said that no decision has been taken in this matter. he say that no decision has been taken so far in relation to the cricketers (approving the arrangement of special aircraft).