BCCI angry with Virat Kohli and Ravi Shastri, took part in public event without permission


BCCI Angry with Virat and Shastri: The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is not happy with Team India’s captain Virat Kohli and head coach Ravi Shastri. The board has expressed displeasure with Kohli and Shastri for attending a public event in London last week. According to sources, both of them did not take permission from both the BCCI and the Cricket Board of England (ECB) to attend the event. Let us inform that on Sunday, Ravi Shastri’s Kovid report came positive. At the same time, bowling coach Bharat Arun and fielding coach R Sridhar, who were in close contact with him, were also confirmed to be Kovid positive on Monday.

According to a Times of India report, several members of Team India, including Kohli and Shastri, had attended a book launch last Tuesday. This public event was organized in a hotel, where a large number of people had gathered. Shastri and Kohli also shared the stage during the event. According to BCCI sources, permission was not taken from the board to participate in this event.

BCCI will seek clarification from Kohli and Shastri

A top BCCI official said on Monday, “Photos of this event have been shared with the board. BCCI will look into the matter. The board is facing embarrassment due to this incident. Will be asked to present his explanation. In this matter, a reply will also be called from the Administrative Manager of Team India, Girish Dongre.

BCCI in touch with ECB

Also this top official said, “According to British media reports, the Indian team did not even take permission from the ECB to participate in this event. Let there be no other incident like this.” He also said, “At present we are all concerned about Shastri’s health. Hopefully he will recover soon. There is a meeting of the team’s selection for the T20 World Cup on Wednesday. This matter can be discussed in that.” “

However, Team India is allowed to go to less crowded places on the tour of England. But in this way, the team has angered both the boards by participating in the public event among the crowd.

It was not an official event – BCCI

At the same time, the official of the board said, “This was not an official event. Also, before the tour of England, the secretary of the board, Jay Shah, had warned all the members of Team India in writing that they would not participate in any public events there. Do not participate.

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