Sri Lanka Cricket on Sunday dismissed reports of apprehensions concerning their team's safety during the ongoing India tour, saying they did not lodge any complain against the security arrangements made by the Indian authorities.
"There has been no complain as such about lack of security," Additional CEO of Sri Lanka Cricket Ajit Jayasekera told PTI.
"The Sri Lankan security expert Lawrence Fernando has been in India for more than two weeks to review the security. He will review the ground situation again and accordingly inform the Indian authorities about what measures to take," he added.
Asked about the complain, the Indian Cricket board said there was no such report with them and declined to comment any further.
"The report is not with us. You ask the Lankan manager," BCCI CAO Ratnakar Shetty said.
According to media reports, the Sri Lankan security team had written to BCCI and additional commissioner of Mumbai Police, saying it is unhappy with the security arrangements.
Sri Lanka is currently in India to play three Tests, five one-dayers and two Twenty20 matches.