Burdwan (West Bengal), June 28: Mechanical designer Upendra Nath Brahmachari, whose application to mentor the Indian cricket group has made a buzz, says his activity is a dissent against the treatment allotted to previous mentor Anil Kumble.
A self-declared fanatic of the “brilliant era” of Indian cricket, Brahmachari, who hails from Burdwan in West Bengal and works in Nashik in Maharashtra, recorded his application on the site of the Board of Control for Cricket In India (BCCI).
“My application is a challenge against the way Kumble was dealt with. You don’t manage legends like this. I have dependably been a revolt,” Brahmachari said after his application wound up noticeably popular via web-based networking media.
Kumble surrendered as mentor of the Indian cricket group following contrasts with the skipper, Virat Kohli.
“I wrote in my letter that since I am no one worth mentioning and don’t have any cricketing foundation, I can take Virat Kohli’s state of mind,” the 30-year-old said.
“I am a major aficionado of the brilliant era. Sourav Ganguly. Sachin Tendulkar, V.V.S. Laxman, Virender Sehwag, Yuvraj Singh and Anil Kumble are my youth saints. How might I see somebody playing cricket for a long time affront my symbols?” he inquired.
“I did what I needed to. I don’t care for the consideration I am getting now,” he said.
In his application to the BCCI, Brahmachari has said that his non-cricketing foundation will enable him to gel well with Kohli.
“Why I ought to be designated as the head mentor? Since I can change with the haughty state of mind of the chief and no legend can do as such. Gradually I will drag him on to the correct track and after that the BCCI can delegate a legend as the head mentor,” he wrote in his application.
The other people who have connected for the post of mentor are Virender Sehwag, Craig McDermott, Richard Pybus, Lalchand Rajput, Tom Moody and, as indicated by a few reports, Ravi Shastri.