Scarcely 24 hours to go before India line-up their playing eleven for the first of the three One-day Internationals against Australia in Sydney, chief Virat Kohli and mentor Ravi Shastri are dumbfounded on the off chance that they can pick all-rounder Hardik Pandya and batsman KL Rahul in the team.BCCI has been compelled to look for legitimate guidance on the issue in light of the fact that CoA part Diana Edulji, who originally pushed a two-coordinate boycott for the cricketers previously sending them a show-cause see, has now requested one. The issue relates to Pandya and Rahul’s remarks on producer Karan Johar’s show ‘Koffee With Karan’ that was gushed four days prior. The remarks have to a great extent been considered – in the standard and internet-based life – as “cringeworthy” and “sickening”. Insiders state “this is anything but a lawful issue by any stretch of the imagination. This is about BCCI’s very own Code of Conduct for cricketers. This is essentially exercised in futility.” Clause 17 and 18 of the BCCI’s constitution, despite the fact that, call for either the Apex Council or an ombudsman to mediate in such issues.