Jayaram, a former world no 13, was not allowed to enter the Bangalore-London British Airways flight on Friday morning as he was not carrying a UK visa. The 33-year-old has now booked a ticket in Air France.
“I had initially booked my flight in British Airways since there was no Air France flight from Bangalore final night time. The remainder of the staff had travelled from Delhi as they needed to gather passports. However I wasn’t allowed to board the flight because it was a particular air-bubble flight to the UK and I did not have a UK visa,” Jayaram instructed PTI.
With the UK witnessing a surge in COVID-19 instances, a quarantine is in place in London. The remainder of the Indian squad, together with Lakshya Sen, Kidambi Srikanth and Shubhankar Dey left for Denmark from New Delhi in an Air France flight on Thursday night time.
“I’ve booked a flight in Air France now, I attempted to contact the airways however there has not been any communication. I’ve all of the paperwork together with the identical kind C visa, COVID destructive certificates and mail from Danish counsellor. Simply hope there are not any points anymore.”
Earlier, in a sequence of tweets, Jayaram referred to as for assist and tagged Badminton World Federation, Badminton Affiliation of India, Sports activities Minister Kiren Rijiju and Prime Minister Narendra Modi amongst others. The Tremendous 750 event, which can mark the resumption of the game’s worldwide calendar publish the COVID-19 hiatus, is ready to be performed in Odense from October 13 to 18.
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