Deepak Chahar shares troublesome experience of traveling to Bangladesh, slams airlines

Chahar revealed that the airlines changed their flight without informing, and did not provide food either.

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Deepak Chahar. (Photo Source: Joe Allison/Getty Images)

The Indian contingent reached Bangladesh on Friday, December 2, for their three-match ODI series which begins on December 4, Sunday at the Sher-e-Bangla Stadium in Mirpur. Upon their arrival, the players started training for the series opener, but Deepak Chahar revealed their flight experience while traveling with Malaysia Airlines.

Chahar, who was a part of India’s tour of New Zealand, was named in India’s squad for the 50-over games. And with Mohammed Shami being ruled out of the series owing to his shoulder injury, a day before the first game, all eyes will be on Deepak Chahar. India named Umran Malik as the replacement but the team is likely to have Chahar in the combination given his abilities to swing the ball.

The pacer took to Twitter and shared his experience of flying to Bangladesh as he wrote:

“Had a worse experience traveling with Malaysia airlines @MAS.first they changed our flight without telling us and no food in Business class now we have been waiting for our luggage from last 24hours .imagine we have a game to play tomorrow #worse #experience #flyingcar.”

The airlines replied to Chahar’s tweet and apologized for the inconvenience that he faced while asking him to fill out the Customer Feedback form, as they wrote:

“Hi,@deepak_chahar9. Thank you for contacting us. We are sorry to hear this. At Malaysia Airlines, we do our best to ensure that all the flights we mount every day are on time. However, despite the best efforts of our team, flight delays and cancellations may be unavoidable due to operational, weather-related, and technical reasons. We apologize for the inconvenience caused. We would recommend for you fill in the Customer Feedback form. A representative from our Customer Relations team will be in touch with you soon, to follow up on your feedback.”

As the airlines asked the pacer to fill out the form in the tweet, he replied to them saying that the link was not working.

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