Virat Kohli caught everybody's eye with his remarks on current India mentor Ravi Shastri when the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is on a post for another head mentor. While tending to the media before group's flight for the West Indies, Virat Kohli said the group would be cheerful if Ravi Shastri is held as head mentor. Shantha Rangaswamy, who is a piece of the three-part Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC), said Virat Kohli is qualified for his supposition however the following India head mentor will be picked distinctly by the board of trustees.
"Virat is the commander and he is qualified for his sentiment however it will be the aggregate conclusion of the three of us (CAC) which will figure out who the following head mentor is," previous India ladies' skipper Rangaswamy told PTI.
"I read a few media reports and I embrace Anshuman's view on the issue. We have to take a gander at all viewpoints - his experience, the capacity to unite the group and how a decent a strategist one is," she said.
Gaekwad disclosed to PTI that the CAC is unbiased and goes into the procedure with a receptive outlook.
"The totality of that will be considered and people don't make a difference, it is the aggregate feeling which will say something figuring out who the head mentor is," she included.
With Kohli's open support, Shastri has risen as the most loved for the activity. The other people who are in the race are Australian Tom Moody and previous India internationals Lalchand Rajput and Robin Singh. The application due date finished on Tuesday and the CAC is required to direct meetings of the shortlisted applicants mid August.
While Kohli communicating his inclination when the choice procedure is on has been addressed by approximately, a couple of others including Sourav Ganguly feel that the Indian chief has each privilege to voice his supposition.