India and Australia Before the start of the Test series between Mohammad Siraj and Umran Malik got into controversies. Attempts are being made to stir up controversy by linking the decision of not getting Tilak applied in the hotel to his religion.
The Border-Gavaskar Trophy between India and Australia is starting on February 9. Both the teams will play a four test match series. After this, three ODI series will also be played, but even before this series, two important players of Team India seem to be embroiled in controversies. Indian fast bowlers Mohammad Siraj and Umran Malik had refused to get Tilak applied in the hotel. For this reason both of them are being trolled on social media. However, many fans are also supporting him.
Apart from Siraj, the Indian team’s batting coach Vikram Rathour and sports staff member Hari Prasad Mohan also did not apply Tilak, but the critics are deliberately targeting Siraj and Umran and trying to give a religious color to the matter.
What is the whole matter?
A video of the Indian team is going viral on social media, in which all the team members are seen going inside the hotel. During this, the hotel staff is welcoming all the team members by applying Tilak, but some members of Team India refuse to apply Tilak. It can be seen in the video that Umran Malik, Mohammad Siraj, Vikram Rathore and Hari Prasad Mohan refuse to apply Tilak. However, the rest of the team members apply Tilak and many members apply Tilak even after taking off their spectacles.
What is controversy?
Many critics have tried to create controversy by sharing this video on social media. Critics say that Siraj and Umran Malik are very fanatic about their religion. That is why both of them are not getting Tilak applied. However, the fans of both wrote in support that even Vikram Routhar and Hari Prasad are not applying Tilak, but no one is making statements on them.
Siraj and Umran are focusing on their game away from futile arguments. Siraj in the absence of Bumrah But the onus will be on India to win against Australia.