The concept of a conflict of interest is nonsense, therefore it should be dismissed: Shastri Ravi
Shastri slammed those pursuing the BCCI to court under the guise of a conflict of interest.
In Indian cricket, the term “conflict of interest” has become infamous. Several famous figures, including Sourav Ganguly and VVS Laxman, have been targeted as a result of this issue.
For the uninitiated, a conflict of interest emerges when a person’s personal interests have the potential to influence his or her behavior at work. Former Team India head coach Ravi Shastri commented on the issue, saying that it “undoes” cricket characters.
“This conflict of interest is ridiculous.” I wasn’t really in favor of it. An Indian team masseur is unable to work with an IPL team. The concept of a conflict of interest is complete nonsense. According to Indian Express’ Express E Adda, Shastri stated.
Now all I want to do is coach at the grassroots level: Ravi Shastri
He further stated that this issue prevents celebrities such as Sachin Tendulkar from owning an interest in Indian cricket. “I’ve been against it since the Lodha report came out. Your cricketers aren’t getting a fair shake.
I haven’t spoken to anyone about anything. I’d like to return to what I enjoy in the future. Television and the media “Right now, all I want to do is coach at the grassroots level.”
“Politicians in India have done an outstanding job administering cricket. “Over the previous 40 years, BCCI has been one of the most efficient boards,” he continued.