"It was a devious act to tarnish Guwahati's reputation as an emerging sports hub".
A rock shattered a window on the Australian cricket team's bus as they returned to their hotel after the series-levelling win over India in the second Twenty20 worldwide, batsman Aaron Finch tweeted on Wednesday. We strongly condemn it.
"Have spoken to Sarbananda Sonowalji about the Guwahati incident".
The local authorities have also claimed to beef up the security ahead of third and last T20 match of the Australian tour which will be played in Hyderabad.
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The incident is the second in two months, after Cricket Australia said in September that the team's bus window was broken by a "small rock or stone" in Chittagong, Bangladesh after a Test match. "Personal security of visiting athletes & teams is extremely important for us", Rathore said on his official Twitter account. But apparently, a rock was thrown at their bus that broke one of the window panes, whilst returning.
According to a statement issued by the chief minister, Khanna termed the security and facilities provided to teams in Guwahati as immaculate and said these had set the benchmark for other events of such stature that India might host in the future.
Australia opening batsman Aaron Finch posted a photo of a shattered window on a bus on Twitter.
In a letter written to the state government, Khanna reasserted the football body's gratitude towards Government of Assam and stated that, the security and the facilities that have been provided to the worldwide teams have been immaculate and have set the benchmark for other events of this stature that India may host in the future. "Performance by both the teams was hailed by the audience, expressing people's commitment towards turning Assam as the sports capital of India", Sonowal said.