Indian cricket team does not support views of Hardik, Rahul: Kohli

Indian cricketer Hardik Pandya has quickly apologised for controversial comments made on a TV chat show

GETTY IMAGESIndian cricketer Hardik Pandya has quickly apologised for controversial comments made on a TV chat show

The thought of a talk show making life hard for so many people never came across anyone's mind until India opening batsman Lokesh Rahul and all-rounder Hardik Pandya made their presence felt (in its truest sense) on renowned talk show Koffee With Karan.

It is worth mentioning that Dhoni himself will be playing any form of cricket after almost two and a half months. Hardik even got flak from the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) for his allegedly misogynist statements on the show. There have been incidents where the match referees and umpires have reported for a game on the morning of the match in the face of settled protocol. Virat Kohli on Friday said the Indian team doesn't align with the "inappropriate" views of the batsmen.

Rahul has also been informed of his suspension in a separate email.

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The Committee of Administrators (CoA) asked the pair to explain the comments and Pandya apologised but after considering their reply, the BCCI chose to charged both players for misconduct and indiscipline.

Kohli's side sealed its first Test series victory in Australia this week when the fourth match ended in a draw.

At Edulji's behest, the BCCI's legal team gave its inputs as to the way forward, and whether and how the players could be charged under the board's new constitution, which came into effect in August 2018.

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The copy of the legal opinion, in possession of PTI, stated: "We feel that present matter doesn't fall under the ambit of Code of Conduct and procedure of Code of Conduct can't be invoked in present circumstances". "After considering their reply, it was decided that the BCCI would proceed against both for misconduct and indiscipline", kit added.

Isha also stated everybody in the show should be questioned.

"We must take a view by the time second ODI gets over as we can not afford to debilitate team strength due to delinquent behaviour on the part of some player", Mr. Rai had written.

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"The CoA first sent out a notice to both players concerned to which the players responded with an apology". The team also recommended that an ad-hoc Ombudsman, meeting the criteria set by the BCCI constitution, be appointed to adjudicate on the matter within the maximum prescribed period of 6 months from the date the player is charged.

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