BCCI treasurer says like players, code of conduct must for umpire | The BCCI said, the rules also made for the umpires, the penalty will be imposed on the mistake.
Dhoni had argued against the field umpires against Rajasthan
BCCI treasurer Anirudh Chaudhary demands new rules
new Delhi. In the 25th match of IPL, Chennai Super Kings captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni, against Rajasthan Royals, went out of the dugout after being dismissed and debated the umpires. He was fined 50% of match fees. Concerned over the question of raising the umpire's decision this season, Treasurer of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) Anirudh Chaudhary said that there should be rules for players with umpires. If there is a mistake, the umpires should also be fined.
'Match officials must be accurate in their decisions'
Anirudh Chaudhary said, "When punished for violation of rules, many things matter. In addition to the old record, the current situation is also kept in mind. Match officials need to perform better. These include field umpires, third umpires and match referees. They have to be accurate in their decisions. "
'Dhoni fined and the issue is over'
He said, "It is Indian cricket and everyone has their own ideas. When Dhoni went to the field, I feel that he would know that he could be fined due to such behavior. It is a violation of the rules. They were fined and the issue ended. "
'Umpires decision proves players'
Anirudh Chaudhary said, "Dhoni broke the rules and imposed a fine on them, before that Virat Kohli and Yuswendra Chahal were not fined." In both the cases the decisions of the umpires provoked the players. Both conditions were different. That a system should be prepared where the fine should be imposed on the umpires also. "
'Improving the way to test the umpires'
They said, "We need to look at this system with immediate effect. The methods of testing umpires will need to be improved. If this is not done then the resources of the present should be used properly. "
The umpire had changed his decision after giving no ball
In fact, in the 19th over during Chennai's batting against Rajasthan, the umpire changed his decision after giving the ball no ball to Stokes. Despite Dhoni being out on this, he got angry in the field. However, when the decision was not changed, he returned to anger. Mitchell Saturn gave Chennai a convincing six over the last ball.