I don’t know who will send Rohit there .. all false propaganda: BCCI

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The BCCI has responded to the Rohit Sharma and Ishant Sharma controversy. The two have made it clear that they are not going to tour Australia and will not join the Indian team. As Kohli returns home, Shreyas Iyer has announced that he hopes to stay with the team until the end of the Test series. Rohit will be tested on December 11 to see if he is fit to play in the Test series against Australia.

“If it turns out that Rohit is fit, I want to leave for Australia the next day. There are no flights. However, according to Australian rules, he has to stay in the quarantine for two weeks.

If Rohit wants to play Tests .. if he thinks he is fit .. he will go to Australia with the rest of the team on November 12. But he came to the National Cricket Academy. Rohit is being tested for fitness as per BCCI rules.

“No one in the BCCI knows who told Rohit to go to the NCA. Was it his own decision? The NCA is now responsible for determining Rohit’s fitness, ”the BCCI said.

If Rohit had gone to Australia with the team .. the quarantine would have been completed someday. After gaining fitness .. he would have had a chance to play in the second Test. But there is ambiguity in this regard. The trouble is caused by the communication gap.

BCCI sources said that Rohit and Ishant are not going to Australia. He said it was painful to spread false information. Ishant needs four weeks to regain fitness. NCA head Rahul Dravid wrote to the BCCI almost a month ago that it would take another 3-4 weeks to get match fitness. He will be fully fit by December 17.

But you have to spend 14 days in quarantine when you go to Australia. All three tests will be over soon. Is it necessary to send him to Australia then? It seems that the BCCI is in the concept.

BCCI officials have informed Rohit that you will have to go to Australia when Kohli returns to India. But it is learned that Rohit wanted a break.

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