Virat Kohli's opinion about the recent tragic incident about India's head coach.
BCCI is suffering another selection criticism, after the recent tragic incident about the legendary leg-spinner Anil Kumble deciding to step down as the head coach of the Indian cricket team after explaining his so-called stressful relationship with the current Indian captain.
The veteran cricketer said that he tried his best to do the job he was asked to perform by the board of cricket and the Indian captains reservations against his 'style' took him by surprise.
When asked about the same, at the pre-match conference ahead of the third ODI against West Indies on Friday Kohli said "From a personal point of view, I can't pinpoint anything or give any details. We as a team only voice our opinion when asked by the BCCI."
When further asked if the team had any personal issues with the coach, he added "This is a process we always go through and something we respect as a team. It's something that is asked for the team and not in segregation. The same procedure, as and when it takes place, we will give our suggestions to the BCCI."
Apart from former India captain Sourav Ganguly, master blaster Sachin Tendulkar and VVS Laxman are the other members of the BCCI's Cricket Advisory Committee.
"In a democratic board sometimes the decisions can be shocking but is all in respect and understanding of the future of the game ", said Bishan Singh Bedi feeling sorry for the former head coach.
When asked if this incident affected the captain impersonal terms he said,"t's something that you become immune to after a while. It is something that happened quite a bit in the last few years. At the end of the day, what matters is you what you do on the field. Whether media covers you or not that doesn't matter. I think it is a distraction early on in your career but after a while you don't get distracted by these things."