Indian Test captain Virat Kohli on Sunday said that he is absolutely “fine” with the BCCI introducing a ‘Code of Ethics’, which will also require the players to declare that there is ‘No Conflict of Interest’.
Recently, there were reports that a slew of players are lining up to sign with ‘Cornerstone’ which manages Kohli. Cornerstone later clarified that Kohli only happens to be their client and not a stakeholder in their company.
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Asked about his views on proposed Code of Ethics which will require players to sign an undertaking, Kohli said,”I am sure if they have thought about certain thing and they want us to execute something, I am sure they have given lot of thought to it. I am in no position to debate or comment on it because that is not my decision. If something is decided by the BCCI, it is in the best interest of players and the people concerned. I am absolutely fine with that.”