Speaking about Will Pucovski, the Victoria batsman, he made his Test debut finally in the Sydney Test and was nearly an immediate hit.
The source also accused Cricket Australia of not providing what was promised.
India are already missing several key players, including captain Virat Kohli who returned to India after the first Test to attend the birth of his child, and Bumrah's absence would add further pressure to their line-up ahead of the crucial match.
The entire hotel is empty, but we can't use any amenities in the hotel including the swimming pool and the gym. There was speculation that India wouldn't travel to Brisbane, though there was no official statement from either the BCCI or CA on this isssue.
BCCI president Sourav Ganguly, secretary Jay Shah and chief executive Hemang Amin all reportedly raised concerns about what they were hearing from the team on the ground. It has been assured that there will be room service and house keeping, ' a senior BCCI official told the Times of India.
"The team has also been given a team room where they can assemble and have meetings".
"The players are exhausted and have retired to their rooms".
Pucovski's performance in his first match for the Test side had been a bright spot for the Aussies, who were held to a draw in the third Test at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Monday.
Jadeja had been padded up ready to go in next if either Ashwin or Vihari was dismissed late on the last day in Sydney, but wasn't required.
If his absence is confirmed, Bumrah will join fast bowlers Mohammed Shami, Umesh Yadav, Ishant Sharma and Bhuvenshwar Kumar on India's growing injury list.
In what comes as another big blow for the Indian team, Jasprit Bumrah is set to miss the fourth Test at Brisbane.
Sundar is being considered by the team-management because he can bat a bit and him and Ashwin playing as spin-bowling all-rounders will not only bolster the batting depth but also the bowling, which now has three inexperienced pacers in Siraj, Saini, and Shardul Thakur, who is expected to make his debut ahead of T Natarajan.
Cricket Australia confirmed on Tuesday afternoon that the Victorian batsman would be monitored in the coming days ahead of the Brisbane match.