Scott Morrison defends India ban in tense exchange with Karl Stefanovic | 9 News Australia

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Prime Minister Scott Morrison has called the insinuation he has blood on his hands over his ban on Australians returning from India as "absurd". SUBCRIBE + ???? | Get more breaking news at:

Cricket commentator Michael Slater launched a scathing attack on Mr Morrison, saying the PM had blood on his hands over the nearly 9000 Australians still stranded in India. "We have seen a much higher rise in the infection rate of people coming off planes," Mr Morrison told Karl Stefanovic on Today. "That's one in eight of our most recent charters that have come out and that means we need to have a pause."

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