Misbehavior with Deepak Chahar before Bangladesh series, share information by tweeting

Indian team’s fast bowler Deepak Chahar is currently on a tour of Bangladesh with the team, which is going to start from December 4 with a one-day match. Deepak Chahar has also reached Bangladesh for the three-day ODI series to be held between the two countries.
On Saturday, ahead of the start of the series, fast bowler Deepak claimed that he had to face several problems in the flight while reaching Bangladesh. He told that when he was traveling from New Zealand to Dhaka, his luggage was lost by Malaysian Airlines. He said that he was traveling in business class, yet he was not provided food during the flight.
Deepak Chahar looked very hurt by this behavior of the airlines. Let us tell you that Deepak Chahar has joined the Indian team for the three ODI series against Bangladesh starting on Sunday. Deepak Chahar has also participated in training with the team on Saturday morning. However, before joining the team for the training session, Deepak shared the details of the incident by tweeting. Sharing his experience on Twitter, he wrote that traveling with Malaysian Airlines was a very bad experience. First they changed our flight and didn’t even inform us about it and then didn’t even provide food in business class.
He further told that now we are waiting for our luggage for the last 24 hours while we have to play the match tomorrow. After the conclusion of the ODI series in New Zealand, Chahar, Mohammed Siraj, Shardul Thakur, Shikhar Dhawan, Shubman Gill and Washington Sundar reached Dhaka from Christchurch via Kuala Lumpur. Suryakumar Yadav (due to being rested) and Umran Malik reached India directly.
Malik, however, will now have to tour Bangladesh as he has been included in the ODI squad in place of injured Mohammed Shami. Malaysia Airlines sent Chahar a link to lodge a complaint but the cricketer says the link is not opening.
Airlines apologized
The tweet and complaint made by Deepak Chahar has also been taken strictly by Malaysia Airlines. Following the complaint, Malaysia Airlines responded on Twitter, “This may happen due to operational, meteorological and technical reasons. We apologize for the inconvenience.

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