In the wake of missing out on India mentor work, Shastri stops ICC post

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New Delhi, July. 1: Former India cricketer and group chief Ravi Shastri has ventured down from his position in the International Cricket Council’s advisory group.

The advancement comes days after Shastri was pipped by Anil Kumble for the post of the head mentor of the Indian cricket group.

The 54-year-old, who was the group India chief until the apocalypse Twenty20 crusade, was among the leaders for the part of the head mentor before Kumble was named in charge by the BCCI’s cricket counseling board involving Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly and VVS Laxman.

Strangely, Shastri was the media illustrative of the ICC’s prestigious cricket board, which is right now headed by previous India leg spinner Kumble.

Shastri has been as of late involved in a revolting spat with Ganguly, blaming the previous captain for slighting him by absenting himself amid his meeting.

Reacting to Shastri’s charges, Ganguly said he was disheartened by the previous’ comments and that the famous analyst was ‘living in a nitwit’s reality’ on the off chance that he thought he was in charge of him not turning into the head mentor.

Nonetheless, there is no sign that his renunciation has anything to do with Kumble being made the Indian cricket head mentor.

As per reports, Shastri is accepted to have communicated his craving to ICC executive Shashank Manohar to move out of the board a long while back.