"Pretty scary having a rock thrown through the team bus window".
Cricket Australia s news site cricket.com.au said no one was hurt when the window was broken by a rock roughly the size of a cricket ball, but the Australian players were "understandably shaken up". Aus [Australia] team & Federation Internationale de Football Association are content w/those [with those]. "India remains a graceful host", Rathore, who replaced Vijay Goel as the Sports Minister earlier this year, tweeted.
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.
He also spoke to Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal about the incident.
It's the first worldwide match to be played in the north-eastern city of Guwahati for eight years. "Personal security of visiting athletes & teams is extremely important for us", he said.
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"A lot of people know me as NeNe who's laughing and talking, a lot of don't know me as NeNe who would break down". I hope people accept my deepest and sincerest apologies. "I got a little bit emotional".
Authorities believed local children were behind the Bangladesh rock throwing. "The investigation is in full swing & Police have already picked up 2 suspects".
"Really unfortunate incident after a great game aimed to tarnish Guwahati's reputation as emerging sports hub. We strongly condemn it", Sonowal said on his official Twitter account. "Whoever got indulged in the hooliganism did it with the sole objective of defaming Assam & derailing its journey towards the top. the culprits will face the full force of the law & given exemplary punishment". Before this morning's attack, Australia had secured an eight-wicket win over India to level their T20 series at 1-1.
In a similar incident, a small rock or stone was thrown at the Australian team's bus in September in Chittagong during their two-Test series against Bangladesh.
Australia's opener Aaron Finch had posted an image of the shattered window of the team bus on his Twitter profile on Tuesday night.