The Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators (CoA) said on Thursday that they would look into the matter involving Indian skipper Virat Kohli as he lashed out on a supporter.
Earlier, the supporter had said that he doesn’t like watching the Indian players. He prefers to see the Australian and England cricketer on the pitch.
However, his comment didn’t go well with Virat Kohli as he slammed him, asking him to leave India if he doesn’t like Indian cricketers.
Since the incident broke out, Kohli had to face a lot of criticism for his comment whereas few of them have spoken in favour of him. Moreover, after encountering all the trolls, Kohli in a tweet said that he believes in ‘freedom of choice.’
“I guess trolling isn’t for me guys, I’ll stick to getting trolled! I spoke about how “these Indians” was mentioned in the comment and that’s all. I’m all for freedom of choice. Keep it light guys and enjoy the festive season. Love and peace to all.” Virat Kohli wrote on Twitter.
However, the two-member CoA have taken a note of it and are likely to investigate the same.
“The Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators (CoA) will look into the matter,” a source close to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) said in International Business Times (IB Times).
Furthermore, the selectors have decided to rest Virat Kohli from the T20I series against Windies keeping in mind for the upcoming tour to Australia later this month. Rohit Sharma took in charge of the Men in Blues for the T20Is against Windies.
Meanwhile, Kohli recently turned 30 on November 5. He was at his peak and recently achieved the feat of scaling the fastest 10,000 plus runs in ODIs. Virat Kohli and Co. will tour to Australia for the three-match T20I series starting from November 21.