Sydney: The racial commentary on Indian fast bowlers Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Siraj (Mohammed Siraj) during the third Test played at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) between India and Australia (IND vs AUS) is under investigation.
Meanwhile, there is a news that during that Test, the security officer present in the stadium also made racial remarks on an Indian spectator. The Indian viewer on whom this racist comment has been made has revealed it himself.
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The spectator has filed a complaint saying that the officer present in the stadium had told him to ‘go from where you have come’. Krishna Kumar, who lives in Sydney, has officially filed a complaint against it.
He said that he was targeted after carrying 4 banners on the ground on 11 January. The banner includes anti-racial messages such as ‘rivalry is good, not racism’, ‘racism is not a partner’, ‘brown color matters’ and ‘cricket austelia bring more diversity’.
According to the information, Indian spectator Kumar was stopped at the gate of the stadium and he was not allowed inside with the banner. Security personnel said that the size of the banner is too large. After this, Kumar said that he wants to talk to the security supervisor. Kumar said that after this, the officer asked him to leave from there.
Krishna Kumar said, ‘The security officer told me that if you have to take up this matter, then go back to where you came from. I had a very small banner. I made it with my children’s paper. Kumar was asked to leave this banner in his car.
Kumar said that after a long investigation and loud shouts from the security officials, he finally took his seat towards Victor Tumper. But where he was seated, more security was provided in and around him. There was also a female security officer of Indian origin and she was speaking in another language.