BCCI attempts to resolve Virat Kohli-Rohit Shetty conflict
New Delhi : From past few days, there are few reports which claimed a rift between captain and vice captain on Team India; the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is believed to be concerned on this and will be mediating to resolve the issues quickly.
BCCI CEO Rahul Johri is set to fly to US next week. "In today's age when support groups get involved, things can get messy. Both are mature individuals and things should be back on track after being spoken with," a source told India Today.
While on the official records, BCCI is maintaining that there is no rift and all the hype is a creation of media.
The Indian Team will depart to US on Monday night to play two T20s against West Indies on 3rd and 4th in Florida before proceeding to Carribean for rest of the tour.
It has been learned that Ravi Shastri will not be leaving with the team and he will join the squad after a couple of days.