Team India’s fast bowler Deepak Chahar has blamed Malaysia Airlines for the poor service. Deepak Chahar, who arrived in Bangladesh on Saturday, made several allegations against Malaysia Airlines on social media.

Deepak Chahar tweeted, “Malaysia Airlines lost his luggage while traveling to Dhaka from New Zealand and he was not served food even while traveling in business class.”

The limit was reached when Malaysia Airlines apologized on Deepak Chahar’s tweet and sent him a link to fill a customer feedback form. On this, Deepak Chahar told in another tweet that this link is not working.

Chahar wrote in a tweet, “It was a very bad experience traveling with Malaysian Airlines. First they changed our flight without even informing us about it and then they didn’t even provide food in business class. Now we are waiting for our luggage for the last 24 hours while we have to play the match tomorrow.”

He tweeted on this bad experience –

“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 ”

Feedback form handed over from Malaysia Airlines –

Malaysia Airlines replied, “Hi! Deepak Chahar. Thank you for contacting us. We apologize for the inconvenience caused to you. We recommend you to fill the customer feedback form through this link.

Malaysia Airlines further wrote, “A person from our Customer Relations team will get in touch with you shortly to follow up on your feedback. After submitting the Feedback Form, you will receive a Case Reference Number. Once again we apologize for the inconvenience.

First ODI will be played in Dhaka on Sunday –

It may be noted that Deepak Chahar is part of the Indian team for the three ODI series against Bangladesh starting on Sunday. He reached Dhaka on Saturday. His belongings were not found there. When he contacted Malaysia Airlines, he was handed over a feedback form. Deepak shared this sentence on social media before net practice.

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