The visitors claim that both the decisions were rather made quickly without taking the help of other camera angles.
At stumps, India were 99 for 3 from 33 overs with Rohit batting on 57 off 82 balls.
England were all out for 112 in 48.4 overs in the second session on a spin-friendly Motera pitch with Patel (21.4-6-38-6) grabbing his second five-for in his second Test.
Stokes said the Test triumph of the English team that toured in 2012 has been an inspiration for the current side.
Need to be extra cautious and focussed while batting during twilight: Rohit Sharma on pink ball Test
Rohit, who scored a dazzling 161 in the second Test in Chennai, had featured in the first day-night Test held in India against Bangladesh in November 2019 but did not bat during the twilight phase.
The perception with regards to D/N Tests has been that grass cover on the pitch will ensure the pink ball doesn't lose colour easily.
The tour will begin on November 27 with the first ODI in Sydney while the Test series starts on December 17 in Adelaide.