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Rock thrown at Australian cricket team bus, two held

12 October 2017

Remember the first T20 of the series was rain-curtailed, so Behrendorff had a fair outing only in the second match and what a cracker of a game it was for him as he blew away India's top order, in the process picking four wickets and setting up a win for his team to level the series. There was not a single unsavory incident inside the stadium during the match that was a smooth affair.

That prompted authorities to tighten security around the Australia team. They are being quizzed. No one was sitting at the window, when the rock hit the glass panel.

David Warner later retweeted Finch's post while Glenn Maxwell liked it. "Our deep apology. People of assam never endorse such behaviour. we will punish the guilty", Assam chief minister Sarbanada Sonowal tweeted.

It was accompanied by the words: 'Pretty scary having a rock thrown through the team bus window on the way back to the hotel!'

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Meanwhile, as per the direction of Sonowal, a team comprising state sports minister Naba Kumar Doley, chief secretary Pipersenia and the police chief met the Australian team to show the government's support and brief them about the security arrangements that have been made after the incident.

Australia's team bus was also struck by a rock in Bangladesh five weeks ago as it travelled back to a hotel following the first day's play of the second and final Test against the home side in Chittagong. City police commissioner Hiren Nath too met the team members and officials at their hotel to get details of the incident.

Assam DGP Mukesh Sahay said that nobody was injured in the stone attack.

State finance, education and health etc., minister Dr Himanta Bishwa Sarma while apologizing for the incident in a twitter message said that such behaviour was unpardonable, the guilty would be punished.

Rock thrown at Australian cricket team bus, two held