Taniya Bhatia, the wicketkeeper-batswoman for the Indian women’s cricket team, claimed on social media on Monday that she had been robbed while staying at a hotel in London for the ODI series against England. Taniya played for India in the limited-overs T20I and ODI series that took place between September 10 and September 24.

Taniya shared her account in two tweets on Monday night, alleging that “someone” broke into her room at the Marriot Hotel London Maida Vale and took everything she had, including cash and jewelry. Taniya criticized the ECB in a tweet for the inadequate security arrangements made for the Indian squad.

“I recently stayed at the Marriot Hotel London Maida Vale as a member of the Indian Women’s Cricket team and was shocked and disappointed by the management; someone broke into my room and took my luggage including cash, cards, watches, and jewelry. @MarriottBonvoy @Marriott very dangerous “In a tweet, Taniya said.

“I’m hoping this may be looked at and resolved as soon as possible. Shockingly, @ECB cricket’s chosen hotel partner has such lax security. I hope they will notice as well “Added her. The ECB has not yet reacted to the tweet.

Speaking about the Indian squad, they swept the strong England team in the ODI series while losing the three-match T20I series 1-2. They triumphed 3-0, with their last victory being at Lord’s, the site of the famous Jhulan Goswami’s last international match for India.