BCCI has not changed their stance on DRS

India

The BBCI secretary Anurag Thakur has confirmed that the Indian Cricket Board has not changed their chance on using the Decision Review System (DRS) in their matches.

India has always been against the use of technology in any bilateral series they have played, only using it at official ICC events where it is mandatory.

The Asian nation has always maintained that the DRS is not 100 per cent full-proof and they will not use it unless system is perfect.

Thakur said: "BCCI's (technical committee chairman) Anil Kumble and others had gone to the US to look at the system and see if we can improve it further.

"I think there are areas where we can look at and improve it to the next level. If that is possible, the options are never closed.

"It is not about an individual or an association to be against a system. I think we have to see why we don't have a 100 per cent system, or we have to make (up) our mind that it is not going to be 100 percent."

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