ICC reacts to Virat Kohli’s shocking Instagram post on hotel saga in 2022 T20 World cup | Tech Reddy

ICC reacts to Virat Kohli’s shocking Instagram post on hotel saga in 2022 T20 World cup

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ICC has reacted to Virat Kohli’s Instagram post about his hotel room being raided

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  • Virat Kohli posted a video on Instagram showing how his room was raided
  • Kohli insisted on maintaining confidentiality
  • India played South Africa in a T20 WC game in Perth
Indian cricket star Virat Kohli shocked the cricket community on Monday morning by releasing a disturbing video showing a stranger entering his hotel room in Perth and recording a video with posting on a popular social media channel. The clip showed all of Kohli’s personal belongings like idols, his shoes, and his clothes.

“I know the fans will be very happy and excited to see their favorite players and happy to meet them and I always appreciate it. in my own hotel room, then I can expecting a completely personal space??I DON’T like this kind of tyrants and invasion of privacy.Kohli wrote on Instagram.

The International Cricket Council (ICC) reacted to the incident which took place in the middle of the 2022 T20 World Cup and called it a ‘serious breach of privacy.’ They also said that the event took place in India’s earlier preparations for the conference in Perth.
“The ICC is deeply saddened by the serious invasion of privacy by a member of the Indian touring team at the Perth Crown, while their team was preparing for a pre-event meeting ahead of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022. We are still working with event hotels. and security providers to ensure this is private and the player’s privacy is fully respected at all times,” ICC said in a statement.

The Crown Hotel in Perth has apologized to Kohli for the incident and suspended the staff involved. They also said they are working with a third party contractor to prevent something like this from happening again.

Ahead of their match against South Africa in Perth on Sunday (October 30), Team India spent nearly 10 days in the capital before the tournament to hold a warm-up camp and also played two matches against Western Australia. XI.


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