Former cricketer Michael Slater says Scott Morrison has ‘blood on his hands’ over India travel ban

Former cricketer Michael Slater says Scott Morrison has ‘blood on his hands’ over India travel ban

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Cricket commentator says the Coalition policy of stopping Australians from returning home is a ‘disgrace’

Former Test cricketer turned commentator Michael Slater has accused Australia’s prime minister, Scott Morrison, of having “blood on his hands” as the Covid-19 crisis escalates in India.

Slater, who has been in India to commentate on the IPL, said in a Twitter post on Monday night that the government’s policy of temporarily preventing Australians from returning home was a “disgrace”.

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