I didn't say you said that either lol, I was just approaching this situation in an hypothetical world where the BCCI was under RTI (I genuinely did not know whether they were or not, last I remember there was calls for it to be made so during the 2012 fiasco) and we used some extreme interpretation of the law where it went all the way down to the captains of our cricket teams. Anyway I'm all for transparency where it's justified and I definitely agree with you that in this case we as fans deserve to know what happened, not all the details, but something more than silence from actual people and leaks from unnamed sources.Wait, I never said that "the RTI act requires Kohli to divulge information and so he should talk". If you read my post clearly, I used that "RTI act" thing as an argument to state that in times when the public want to know what's happening (there is pressure to bring BCCI into the RTI act, and BCCI has not budged; I do know that BCCI is not under this act and so does their players). I just used it to state my argument that in today's times, it is required from players and bodies to divulge information about what happened, especially when crisis situations like this happens.
Of course Kohli has all the right to keep quiet and not say anything. But he will be seen as the wrong guy here. Kumble has put his side of the story out and unless Kohli says something, people are expected to support Kumble.