BCCI-Virat Kohli controversy on the verge? Board officials say
Mumbai: Virat Kohli, the former captain of Team India, is currently running out of form. After England, he has now been rested for the West Indies tour. Now the fans are wondering whether they will be given a chance in the upcoming T20 World Cup and Asia Cup. Meanwhile, a board official has given a big statement on BCCI and Virat Kohli. This statement is being discussed everywhere.
After the T20 World Cup last year, Virat Kohli left the captaincy from the T20 format. After this, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) took away the ODI captaincy from him.
The captaincy of both these formats was handed over to Rohit Sharma.
After the removal of the captaincy of both, there were reports in the media that BCCI was not treating Kohli well. Kohli then stepped down as the captain of the format after losing the Test series on the tour of South Africa earlier this year. And from here the news started spreading that BCCI is not treating Kohli well.
The Treasurer of the Board of India, Arun Dhumal, clarified on all these issues and said that this is wrong. Kohli himself had decided to step down from the captaincy. We respect his decision, he said.
Arun Dhumal told sports journalist Vimal Kumar on his YouTube channel that Virat Kohli is no ordinary player. He has contributed a lot to Indian cricket. We wish that Virat returns to form at the earliest. It was also Kohli’s decision to leave the captaincy. Kohli wanted to leave the captaincy here. It was completely his decision. We respected it. Every cricket board respects him.
Meanwhile, this news has revealed that there was no dispute between BCCI and Virat Kohli. But after Virat’s reaction on this matter comes to the fore, the curtain will be raised on this controversy.