Here’s why Team India’s latest menu details left the fans disappointed

A viral photo on the internet allegedly claimed to carry the Indian team's food menu for the Kanpur Test against Kane Williamson and Co.

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The Indian cricket team is all set to play the first Test match against New Zealand at the Green Park, Kanpur. Meanwhile, a recent controversy has hit the dressing room which is related to the food menu of players and other members.

As per a viral picture on the internet, there are some specific instructions regarding the diet plan of the cricketers. Beneath the menu for the Kanpur, two “Important’ instructions caught the people’s attention on the internet. It read: “No beef and pork whatsoever in any form and variety”. The other mentioned that “All meat items must be halal”.

A recent report mentioned that the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), these instructions have been issued to keep them fit and healthy.

“According to the new dietary plan of the Indian cricket team, players aren’t allowed to eat pork and beef in any form and variety in order to keep themselves fit and healthy,” read a report in Sports Tak

“If anyone wants to have meat then it should be only in halal form, players can’t eat any other form of meat whatsoever,” the report added.

Twitter reactions on BCCI’s new alleged menu controversy

The Indian cricket team is all set to play the first Test match against New Zealand at the Green Park, Kanpur. Meanwhile, a recent controversy has hit the dressing room which is related to the food menu of players and other members.

As per a viral picture on the internet, there are some specific instructions regarding the diet plan of the cricketers. Beneath the menu for the Kanpur, two “Important’ instructions caught the people’s attention on the internet. It read: “No beef and pork whatsoever in any form and variety”. The other mentioned that “All meat items must be halal”.

A recent report mentioned that the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), these instructions have been issued to keep them fit and healthy.

“According to the new dietary plan of the Indian cricket team, players aren’t allowed to eat pork and beef in any form and variety in order to keep themselves fit and healthy,” read a report in Sports Tak

“If anyone wants to have meat then it should be only in halal form, players can’t eat any other form of meat whatsoever,” the report added.

Twitter reactions on BCCI’s new alleged menu controversy

The latest change in the food menu didn’t go well with the netizens as they were quick to respond and criticize the same. Many Twitterati users reckoned that this is to demean Hindus as eating halal meat is forbidden and against the religion. Let’s look at some of the top tweets:

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