India at crossroads: P.Chidambaram to become premier or president?
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India at crossroads: P.Chidambaram to become premier or president?

New Delhi : India | May 22, 2012 at 12:39 AM PDT
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India at crossroads: P.Chidambaram to become premier or president?



-DR. ABDUL RUFF

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Foreword

Manmohan is tired and ineffective, unable to control the government, leaving the regime/nation fate to every minister and ministry. As a non-performer, Manmohan cannot continue in office for ever just because he has an innocent look and is lucky to survive for 8 long years. Likewise, Madam Pratibha Patil and her family have enjoyed unlimited presidential privileges non-stop for 5 years, being the costliest president India has seen since 1947 with criminal record, spending huge sums on her tours alone.

Cricketly speaking, Indian senior minister P. Chidambaram, hailing from Chennai and a top serious MP, deserves to be the next Indian premier or president as per his preference. The Chennai team of IPL has won the title for two consecutive times and, thanks to help from dummy teams like Deccan, Rajasthan, Pune, etc, is nearing to clinch it for the third term now. Leaving apart the merits or otherwise of IPL joint gimmicks, the results have been quite encouraging for Chidambaram to replace Manmohan Singh as premier. Manmohan has been standing in between him and the high seat. Now the post of president is vacant and an artificial race has begun, deliberately leaving out his name. But in opening up state economy, Chidambaram as finance minister had released the state money for the private capitalists and hence is a favorite of corporate class as well.



Even if Chennai is defeated this time, which is quite likely because both Delhi and Kolkata are strong teams and neither sponsors nor promoters of Chennai/Mumbai team, Chidambaram can claim his high sea, apart from his own performances in different ministries, on the performances of Chennai team in previous editions. Chidambaram himself is not a fan of either cricket or IPL but Chennai's victory is his own.

Obviously, P.Chidambaram is one of top persons competent to replace either of these "overspent" leaders of India. However, he is the most suited minister for the job of premier and president.

Why did IPL/BCCI/Media lords hate Deccan Chargers Team?

Cricket, like reality shows, is just an entertainment planned and rehearsed to enact and present to the public as cooked, readymade meal. But for average Indians cricket is everything, cricket is politics, cricket is life. Politics and policy is, unfortunately, decided by cricket outcomes. The IPL is a state show, brainchild of military-sports intelligence to fool the world through joint exercises by employing international frauds.

The way Hyderabad team was targeted first as if that form Pakistan to lose points and chance to reach the top 4 teams and then it was used by BCCI to attack other empty teams to promote Chennai and Mumbai teams, shows cricket is not pure entertainment but played as a core Indian policy.

There is no smoke without fire, they say so. India has sponsored, apart from terrorism, the IPL joint cricket exercises too. And it has done so only to make Indian team look bigger than size and Sachuin Tendulekar, one of most state-pampered cricketers ever, simply the “greatest” wax boy.

India and BCCI promote some individuals as well as select IPL teams in line with state policy of select promotions. Among the teams most hated is Deccan Chargers.

Deccan Chargers is Hyderabad team and Hyderabad is Muslim dominated town. Maybe, in a surprise turn of events, the Deccan team won the second IPL annoying the BCCI and even IPL bosses. Indian treats the win by Hyderabad team as equivalent to a win by Muslims or even Pakistan in India - that is funny and strange though!

After this, BCCI/IPL took care not to let Hyderabad team repeat the "shameful" win in India and they promoted the Indian captain Doni’s team name as Chennai team in South India. Done belongs to Chhattisgarh state in North India but Chhattisgarh billionaires do not waste their money on bogus cricketism exercises and BCCI decided to attach him to Chennai team, rather Madrasi team.

Last two IPL series were decided in favor of Doni's team because that is BCCI decision and media promoted that mischief.

But Deccan Chargers could not make any impact since most of the players were playing against the team and owners themselves are the Congress party media members.

So other teams had no difficulty in thrashing the Deccan. But when Deccan is needed to win to bring down the teams other than Chennai or Mumbai (one of the greatest frauds Sachuin team) Deccan chargers are provided with intelligence tips by BCCI as to how to proceed to win the match. These tips are otherwise available only for Chennai and Mumbai teams.

This strategy is working well in this edition of ipl dramas as well. Deccan charges with lowest pints on the table were encouraged by BCCI to defeat Rajasthan team which had won the first ipl title.

But why do these guys hate Bangalore team as well? Is it because communal BJP party is ruling that state? But then why hate Rajasthan or Pune as wanted by IPL/BCCI. The shameless Deccan team works for the BCCI mafias. Did they get extra money for the services?

Kolkata or Delhi favorite for IPL?



Several mafias, including those of sports ministry, military ministry, BCCI and even ICC frauds might be engaged in fierce lobbying for getting either Chennai or Mumbai snatch the win. Cricket, like politics, can use all possible means to get what they want- immoral and illegal. They would try to get a few members, both Indians and foreigners, of the two teams to play for India and pro-India teams like Mumbai and Chennai.

They are confident that some fellows from Delhi/Kolkata teams would help Chennai/Mumbai to claim bogus victory.

But all that will fail.



Kolkata or Delhi is the favorite of this IPL, though their bowlers are not either thorough or strong enough. But both came up on their own without being pushed up by other teams operating as dummy teams like dummy candidates in Indian polls. Kolkata can easily collapse if the signals radiating from the special guys direct them to do so. The Calcutta boys unnecessarily get panicked both at the crease and with the ball. Otherwise, they can defeat Delhi and be the winner this year. One wonders as to who has asked Yousuf Pathan to wear the helmet right from the beginning of the match when Kolkata team bats, giving out an impression that he is ready to "blast" but this mischief only forces the batboys who bat before him throw away their bats, giving way for Yousuf, and when he comes to the crease expecting opportunity for expansive shots, fails time and again, does not perform well. Is he paid extra by the team owner to work against the team or BCCI? The teams play for their teams and do not play for India team here!.

As it is evident, Doni and Sachuin just have managed to enter the last 4 teams and stay there as other teams played to lose, because many dummy teams pushed them up as IF Sachuin has been all these years. Shame.

Names, pampered by a terror or fanatic state, sell in cricketism gimmicks. Without Doni’s and Sachiun’s Chennai and Mumbai teams would have remained at the bottom.

When the so-called international matches are sufficiently fixed by the concerned countries directly and through mafias, what is so sacred about these localized IPL joint cricket gimmicks played in India by India and for India - by blackmoney for blackmoney and unlimited pleasures?

Any comments?

No?

Amazing!

Since there is not a single comment, I presume my views are accepted by India. That is a great change for Indians!

abdulruff is based in Ankara, Ankara, Turkey, and is a Reporter for Allvoices.
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