The controversy over Suryakumar Yadav's dismissal in the fourth T20I against England provides the cricketing establishment a golden chance to make a break from the trend of relying blindly on technology.
"There is no question how talented both the players are," said the batting maestro.
Karnataka pacer Prasidh Krishna and Baroda all-rounder Krunal Pandya too have been included in the 18-member squad for the three-match series.
Suryakumar smashed the first ball he faced in international cricket for a six.
The three have been included in the 19-member Indian T20I squad for next month's five-match series against England.
Rishabh Pant, who was dropped for the limited-overs series in Australia, has been rewarded for his consistent performances with the bat in red-ball cricket.
The non-selection, despite his prolific run in domestic cricket and the IPL, extended Suryakumar's wait for an India cap.
Two days after the Indian squads for Australia were announced, the 30-year-old smashed an unbeaten 79 in Mumbai Indians' five-wicket victory against Royal Challengers Bangalore led by India captain Virat Kohli.
Yadav, who failed to make it to the Indian team for the Australian tour, made a statement with his dazzling strokeplay against RCB led by Team India captain Virat Kohli.