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Novak Djokovic Visa Case Shock To Australian Government

Serbia legend Novak Djokovic has been exempted from the requirement of Covid-19 vaccination for all players and their support staff participating in the first Australian Open.



Superstar Djokovic a Hotel In The Custody Of Immigration Officials

The court rejected the petition of the Australian government seeking a stay on the hearing of the Nonak Djokovic visa case until the Australian Open draws. Juge Anthony Kelly declined to adjourn Monday's hearing until Wednesday in an order published on Sunday. Serbian superstar Djokovic is in a hotel in the custody of immigration officials.


Minister Karen Andrews filed a petition in this matter on Saturday


Home Affairs Minister Karen Andrews filed a petition in this matter on Saturday. The court, however, gave the government the option of making another application in the matter. Novak Djokovic was denied entry at Melbourne airport after border officials revoked his visa for not meeting the full immunization requirement against COVID-19 for all non-citizens to enter. He has been in the custody of immigration officials since Thursday.


His Visa Revoked Upon Entering Australia

Meanwhile, Djokovic's mother had alleged that the authorities kept her son as a " prisoner" in a " very bad" house. He even said that Djokovic is being treated ' inappropriately'. Djokovic, 34 was previously exempted from the requirement of the Covid-19 vaccination from all players and their support staff participating in the Australian Open. But his visa was revoked upon entering Australia.


Australian Government still adamant

Despite the court's order, the Home Minister of the Australian Government is not ready to accept his defeat.He says the government still has the power to send Djokovic out of Australia. The rules and regulations are equal for all, under this the visa can also be canceled. In such a situation, a decision will be taken soon.





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