However, this message did not cheer the board staff.
Players were verbally informed that they should avoid posting confidential information on social media. They can post pictures during training sessions, but posting account information leads to a breach of contract, a BCCI spokesperson confirmed.
The Indian team management is conducting a six-day training camp which began on Thursday. On the first day, the players underwent a yo-yo test to assess the fitness level of each of them. But since they are playing non-stop cricket, the result could change. The team management has asked the players to stick to at least the physical fitness parameters that have been determined.
Ahead of the Asia Cup in Sri Lanka, the players who have undergone the 13-day fitness program will undergo a complete body check-up, including blood tests. Coaches will check their fitness and those who fail to meet the standards will be suspended as the BCCI do not want to take any chances with the World Cup just around the corner.
Players who returned from the West Indies and did not participate in the three-match T20I series in Ireland have been asked to follow a 13-day program. They included captain Rohit Sharma, Kohli, all-rounders Hardik Pandya and Ravindra Jadeja and fast bowlers Mohammed Shami and Mohammed Siraj.
A two-part fitness program with one rest day in between,