New Delhi [India], January 11 (Indiaprix): Indian skipper Virat Kohli broke the silence of the ongoing dispute Hardik Pandya and KL RahulThose who are likely to deny Board Cricket India (BCCI) their sexist comments on TV talk show, Koffee and Kara.
In response to the duo's comments, Kohli said: "As an Indian cricket and responsible cricketers, they do not agree with these views, they were individual opinions. We are still waiting for a decision."
Speaking of a press conference before the first ODI in Sydney, Australia on Friday, Kohli added: "From the perspective of the Indian cricket group, this does not change our belief in the room of change, it does not do anything we can have Combinations to consider when the decision comes."
Pandya, who shared the sofa with her teammate KL Rahul In the latest episode of the Karan Johar exhibition, there was a confrontation that the webmasters called sexist and disrespectful women.
At the show, Pandya prayed that she didn't ask for the names of the women in the parties and how she looked at them moving to the dance floor.
Pandya said she "got a little bit out" when she explained her charm to the women in the show.
Later, Pandya took the social media and apologized for the event's message that she "may have been a bit behind the nature of the show".
BCCI Secretary Anirudh Chaudhary has asked for a strong punishment for cricketers Hardik Pandya and KL Rahul after their controversial comments against women.
Chaudhary said that the suspension of two matches, proposed by Vinod Raiis, a member of the Administrative Committee appointed by the Supreme Court, is merely a "standstill" in which the Review Committee had banned Australian cricketer Steve Smith and David Warner during the IPL massive ballot last year.
He also stated that players should be able to rejoin the team after they have completed "proper sensitization" in addition to the ban.
"Regarding the amount of punishment, if players are found guilty according to the rules and regulations, taking into account the above factors and discussions, the suspension of two matches seems to be just a stopping place for disagreement, especially considering that CoA had banned Mr Smith and Mr. Warner's season," ESPNcricinfo quoted Chaudharya .
"Players must be suspended immediately until the appropriate poll and they must be able to join the team (if selected) only after they have passed the appropriate sensitization if they are banned," he added.
Previously, CoA member Vinod Rai had proposed to suspend two matches for players and asked another CoA member, Diana Edulj, to propose a penalty. Although Pandya had apologized for her comments during the exhibition, Rai said that "no apology could cover" the comments made in the discussions.
"I have seen these two player's comments in today's show," Rai wrote on Thursday. "Very crass. No apology can cover it. I had asked Diana to propose a punishment because I hadn't seen the clip. I think we have to give both of them a two-part suspension," Rai said.