Virat Kohli, the former captain of the Indian team, is currently going through very bad form. After the T20 World Cup last year, he announced to leave the captaincy from the T20 format. But after this, the BCCI took away the captaincy of the ODI team from him and Rohit Sharma was handed over the captaincy.
Meanwhile, news started spreading that the Indian board has not treated Kohl4 well. This was further strengthened when Kohli announced his decision to step down as the captain of the Test team after the Test series defeat on the South Africa tour earlier this year and Rohit Sharma was made the captain.
On all these issues, the Treasurer of the Board of India, Arun Dhumal, has given his explanation and has made many revelations. Arun Dhumal said- The kind of talk that is going on is wrong. Kohli himself had decided to step down from the captaincy. We respected his decision. All matters of selection are seen by the select. They have the freedom to take their own decisions.
Arun Dhumal while interacting with sports journalist Vimal Kumar on his YouTube channel said- Kohli is not an ordinary player. The contribution he has made to Indian cricket. He is the best. We want him to get back in form as soon as possible. As far as team selection is concerned, this decision should be left to the selectors. It is they who have to decide who to exclude and who to keep.
Further, Arun Dhumal said – there is a question of captaincy, in that too he had decided. That I should not captain. Maybe someone feels that they should leave the captaincy after the World Cup, this is their opinion. But here Kohli wanted to leave the captaincy. It was completely his decision. We respected it. He has contributed a lot to cricket. Every cricket board respects him. We want to see Kohli in action on the field.