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    My Politician. Where were you?

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    My Politician. Where were you?

    Where were you when two innocent were brutally gang raped on Kanpur highway? Where were you when innocent  dalits were flogged by the so-called “cow protectors/gou rakshaks”? Where were you when a bridge was swept away in Maharashtra? Innocent died for no fault of theirs and not even a single head rolled. Where were you when an innocent was killed over the assumption of consuming beef? Where were you when poor died by the side of the road? Where were you when the millennium city came to a halt because of a bad drainage system? Time has come for us to ask the tough questions. For how long will we allow our politicians to get away with things? How long? All they can do after a catastrophe is “Order an Enquiry”. Seriously? Are we to trust their enquiries? Nothing has come out of these “high level” enquiries in years. It has been 70 years since India was freed from the clutches of British. Most of us find solace in the “pseudo” freedom world we are living in. Are we really free? I guess not. The freedom which our ancestors planned for us is diluted today. Our politicians have let us down from time to time. 70 years of freedom and we cannot act in times of flood, drought or any natural calamity. 70 years of freedom and human life is the cheapest. Even animals (especially cows) have a valuable life than us. The so-called “great” politicians of our country have blinded us with fake promises. One party after another has led us to believe, they are our saviours. And when the time comes to help us, their callousness is what we get in return for getting them to be our rulers. We, the kingmakers and queen makers are nothing more than a puppet in hands of our political class. On one hand, we have a dynasty scion who wakes up from sleep every time he sees a political opportunity to milk. On the other, we have a leader who is high on talks and low on action, when the guilty are a part of his political outfit. Following them are the others (who aspire to be the next PM). A leader in Delhi, who promised us the change. I can doubtlessly write “he is one of them. He sheds crocodile tears for poor. He makes us believe he is one of us. At a time, he could have been one of us but today he is one of them.” A leader in Bihar who punishes everyone for drinking alcohol. Since when did eating and drinking habits of citizens of a country become a government subject? Why are we at the mercy of our political leader to decide what I should eat and what I should drink? Bihar is not one of the best starts in India. The revenue sources are small. Crime is not the lowest and all our leader could think was banning “liquor”. The liquor ban is absurd, to say the least. 70 years after freedom, we still remain a developing country. Why can’t we jump from being a developing country to a developed country? Why is it that I am forced to look at the skyscrapers in the metro cities in India to gauge our growth and ignore the...

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    I support Salman Khan as the brand ambassador of India for upcoming Olympics game

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    “Salman may not have competed but is an A list swimmer, cyclist and weight lifter. Sportsmen are performing because of sports lovers like us.” -Salim Khan, proud father of Salman Khan. And I agree with Mr. Salim Khan. We all love our kids. Irrespective of how brash, stupid, dimwitted they turn out to be. We love adore them. He is just another Indian Dad who listed N qualities of his son. And i agree with all of them. For the first time since Salman Khan allegedly mowed down few street rats, I am going to support Salman Bhai. After all, he is someone who has been human for ages. Irrespective of all the hype around why Bhai was made the brand ambassador, I am going to write unbiasedly on why he is the right guy for the job. Salman Bhai is someone who has given the largest number of 100 Cr hits in last few years. In short, he is the undisputed king of Bollywood. Most of you will be wondering what Bollywood has to do with Olympics? Well. Bollywood is what affects us the most. At least, Bollywood is more popular than the Indian Olympics team. You don’t believe me. Tell me. Who is Yogeshwar Dutt. Please don’t answer, he is a relative of Sanjay Dutt. One of my family members actually did say that. See. I told you. Bhai is more popular than any of the sportsperson in our country. Now gauge his popularity to that of any of ex-Indian Olympic star? Milka singh – P.T Usha? We don’t even remember which race they exactly participated in. All we remember is, they were the great stars of yester years. He can make the nation go crazy just by dancing to “Olympics ki raat ho…Bhai ka death ho”. Don’t you think, the nation will watch Olympics because of Bhai? At least, I will. And this is not it. He is multi-talented too. He can convince Olympics association to include car racing in Olympics. He can show them how well he drives. He can support our shooters by showing his shooting skills. And he can change the mood of whole Indian Olympics contingent by singing, dancing, acting, etc, etc. Don’t you think our team deserves some entertainment? Why should cricket have all the fun? I also heard bhai (out of generosity) has decided to do this noble task for free. I can hear music in background “Aaj ki party meri taraf se” Now this is music to my ears. “Bhai Ka Fan” Desh ka Mango Man! Related Post Guilty or not guilty? An argument in between Salma... Salman Khan’s case is reminiscent of Bollywood mov... Like this:Like...

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    Endorsements,Celebrities and The Mango Men

    Posted by on 3:53 am in The India I know | 0 comments

    Endorsements,Celebrities and The Mango Men

    Endorsers for brands making false promises might soon end up in soup. The GOI has decided to take action against ads misguiding users. The regulation also makes the brand ambassador guilty in case of any wrong promise made by the brand. The advertisement industry has opposed the move of government calling it unfair. According to the detractors of the move, the onus is on consumer not advertisers. To an extent, they have a point. We all know deodorants will not get us, girls. Fairness creams will not make us fairer. The kids will never get brainer by consuming food supplements. And Soft drinks don’t make us any cooler than we are. Then why the hell are we so naïve to believe them? Is it the influence of Idiot box in our lives? Or the wish to be like our heroes by following everything they do? I am in favour of celebrities applying a mind of their own before endorsing a brand. They are hero-worshipped in the country. The Celebrities, cricket stars of our Countries are treated as gods in our country. Isn’t it wrong on their behalf to misguide their disciples into using a dubious product. Moving ahead. Here is my list of endorsements celebrities need to avoid: Tobacco and Alcohol products: Do you have any idea on the number of deaths consumption of tobacco leads to every year? The number stands at 6 million (roughly). (read : http://www.hindustantimes.com/india/one-million-tobacco-deaths-in-india-every-year-yet-politicians-in-denial/story-AlCLK66RW6xi9raARYVXdL.html) The government has banned direct ads of tobacco and alcohol. How wrong was the government in coming with a policy which is full of loopholes. We live in a country of jugaad. The corporates found a way to beat the policy by launching unrelated products under the same umbrellas. Now we have a tobacco company selling perfumed elaichi (cardamom). A company, run by the king of good times Vijay Mallya found a way to promote their brand “Kingfisher” by becoming the sponsor of IPL. If only kingfisher was not associated with kingfisher airlines, i could have fogiven them. The celebrities promoting brands with interest in alcohol and tobacco include Priyanka Chopra, Akshay Kumar and Ajay dewgan, to name a few. Money or ignorance? The reason to opt for the brand names is yet unknown. I hope all celebrities ban the tobacco and liquor brands. Deodorants: Deodorants can help us get the sexist of women by subsiding the “smell” from our body party. At least, this is what the new ads claim. And how do they do this magical wonder? Do they take away the smell from the smelliest pits on the human race walking the mother earth? or Do they give every single deodorant male user the magnetic power to pull females towards them? The sexist ads depicting women as naïve creatures, attracted to deodorant infected men are gross. I have a smart idea for deodorant ads. How about they provide condoms along with the “killer” deos they sell? The whole process of attraction -> consummation can be completed in a single go. The ads can read “Get attracted and get laid safely”. Ta-da! Property Builders: Dhoni recently parted ways with a renowned builder in Noida, Amrapali Group. The divorce of the two parties was an outcome of dhoni getting trolled by distressed residents of Amrapali Sapphire society. The trolling led to Dhoni getting undue bad...

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    Who should pay for Vijay Mallya’s mistakes?

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    Who should pay for Vijay Mallya’s mistakes?

    The king of good times has disappeared from India. Although, he is still active on twitter. We are yet to find a way to prosecute his twitter account. The diplomatic policy with the USA does not allow prosecution of twitter accounts :). I am sure Vijay Mallya (now the king of debt times) is sitting comfortably in his Country house in England pitying the Indian government, bureaucracy, CBI, Banks and every single entity he has evaded before flying royally out of the country of his birth. Few days back, Mr. Mallya resigned as a director from Royal Challengers Bangalore (the IPL franchisee owned by him). His son, the Jr. Mallya (whose bank account details he refuses to share with banks) will stay on board. He will serve as an “honorary” member. I am still unsure of what honorary means here. Will he be honoured for screwing happiness of thousands of kingfisher employees or is he already honoured for running an IPL franchisee, despite owing banks thousands of crores? Looking at the events witnessed in last few days/weeks, we can be sure this royal kingfisher (Vijay Mallya) is no way migrating back to India. banks today stand at 9000 Cr INR of debt (courtesy: kingfisher airlines). Add to this, the amount he owed to Tax departments, employees, etc and you have enough money to feed an entire country in Africa. So who will now pay for all the follies of Mr. Mallya ? The buck needs to stop at someone. If Mr. Mallya does not come back (I am sure he won’t), we should make these parties pay for his misdeeds: The Banking heads: I understand Vijay Mallya’s liquor brands were very popular. “One of the best” is what they were called in the market. But were they reason enough for our banking system to act like drunkards and dole out loans worth thousands of crores to his sick units? Did they drink his “good” liquor and signed loans in an inebriated state ? The managers, management, babus. Every single damn person involved in approving the loan should be made to pay for this fiasco. Even if we recover 1 Cr from the guilty bank officials, we will pass a right message to the population of the country. Politicians: How our government banks are controlled by politicians is an open secret? How Years after years, these banks have funded the sick units of our corporate is a part of case studies of all MBA finance courses. Don’t we need to go and find the honourable political heads of the banks, under whose stewardship banks rolled our millions, without even understanding the risk they are putting their bank into. The same public banks who treat normal customers like shit suddenly gifted millions on a platter to an airline which was flown only to make a loss is a no brainer. How can the biggest financial institutions of this country be so naïve? I am sure, we have a series of politicians who have benefited with kickbacks received in lieu of getting the loans approved. RCB: Royal Challengers of Bangalore, the IPL franchisee should be auctioned. This franchisee from day one was a slap in the face of every single employee of kingfisher, whom Mallya owed money. The day he bought Yuvraj...

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    Unlearning the Art of Living

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    Unlearning the Art of Living

    Sri Sri Ravi Shankar’s mega extravaganza to mark 35 years of the art of living got over last week. The event surrounded by controversies was deemed a huge success by the followers of Art of Living. Unfortunately, for reasons out of my hand I could not attend the event. In fact, I did not even cross DND during this jamboree to avoid the legendary Delhi traffic jam. Did I miss something by not being a part of the event which saw the likes of Arvind Kejriwal, Arun Jaitley rubbing shoulders? If you look at the event from the political perspective, I am sure I missed the perfect “smile please” moment. With the two adversaries, Kejriwal-Jaitley sharing the same dias without even uttering the unspoken word “DDCA” on stage was nothing less than a magic. The respectable Ravi Shankar ji has done what no one could do. This definitely is the real Art of Living – in peace. If only, he had invited Sonia Gandhi ji (this was an international event. I am sure her birth in Italy would not have been a hurdle to get her on stage) and made her share stage with the likes of Modi ji, Kejriwal ji, Jaitley ji, the art of living would have turned into a perfect picture moment for the world to see. Bigger and better than the kejri-Jaitley moment. The next day headlines in the newspaper would have been “This is what we call The Art of Living”. So what did this mega event achieve other than getting AAP and BJP on the same stage? Sri Sri Ravi Shankar recently said “India has proven to the world it has the capacity to do something gigantic. Now we can even host Olympics.” I hope Suresh Kalmadi did not read this. He would be licking his lips on the very thought of another sports event coming to the country. Seriousness apart. This article is to prove the detractors of Art of Living wrong. I was filled with anger when they were busy spoiling the image of our country by blocking this noble art of living event. The Mango Men of this country were fooled by few environmentalists (one of them included the son of Asaram Bapu). I am sure, he had some environmental agenda behind this 🙂 . We all need to understand; The Art of Living event was not responsible for causing any damage. The critiques wasted their time criticizing Sri Sri Ravi Shankar. According to them, the Art of Living is doing everything against what it stood for. One of the everything here is “destruction of the natural habitat of life which resided on Yamuna banks”. I beg to differ sir and ma’ams. First and foremost, Art of Living is an all exclusive human club. There are no birds, animals or any other form of life included here. They only teach humans on how to live life. Have you even seen them train dogs, birds, pythons? No. So why do we expect them to care for birds, animals, etc? I do not see any space for considering the habitat of birds, pythons or any of such creäture who would have been affected by this event. They were never the target audience of this event. We were to only raise eyebrows if PETA or...

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    5 Takeaways from JNU Incident

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    5 Takeaways from JNU Incident

    The concept of Bharat Mata is crystal clear My concept of Bharat Mata was very vague before JNU Incident. We live in a country where we do not pay our taxes. (only a single digit population of this country pays taxes) or we find ways to evade taxes. We bribe illegal travel agencies to send us to the promised foreign land. Once we reach there, we only wish our India or Bharat Mata was as good as our new country of residence. We are willing to pay the bribe at a drop of a pin. Our political system has sucked the country dry. We still hero-worship our politicians. Poor have no rights. Rich don’t care for rights. Our jingoistic approach to patriotism shows only during India-Pakistan Cricket matches or when Pakistan attacks India. In short, we are on auto pilot destruction mode. All this happens on our dear land of Bharat Mata. JNU incident has divided citizens of the country as traitor and Patriots. Those who speak against the law of land (the ruling party) dishonour Bharat Mata are bloody traitors. The rest are Patriots. Those who support government’s “prompt” crackdown on anti-national activists in JNU are the new patriots. While the other group, which has asked for proof of the anti-national activities in JNU is deemed as traitor. Traitors who have no love for Bharat Mata. Traitors who stand mute and give away meekly to the demands of anti-nationals. Traitors who have the audacity to question our government’s actions in bringing a high volatile situation under control by pressing sedition charges against a group of protesting students in JNU. After JNU incident here is the unofficial list of traitors and patriots in India: Patriots: Lawyers of Delhi for beating the shit out of JNU president and anyone who opposed them. OP Sharma for thrashing a CPI leader and promising to beat more anti-national buggers. Delhi police for enjoying the spectacle of anti-nationals beaten black and blue mutely and meekly. ABVP for complaining to police. Closet patriots. A rare group of patriots who are willing to loot country at the drop of a pin but do not shy away from flaunting their patriotism by writing strong emails, fb messages, whatsapp messages. Zee News Team and media house similar to Zee News. For working with zeal, enthusiasm and energy to catch these anti-nationals red-handed. They kept playing the video till the public was forced to take sides. Traitors: All student organizations other than ABVP. Press/media for covering JNU incident biasedly. The average Mango Man for not understanding, why such heavy force was required to control JNU incident. Zee News is the “Patriotic” Channel Our ever alerts media loves to play the role of watchdog. They were as prompt as ever this time to catch the culprits. A prominent media house owned by a maverick personality, who autobiography launch was attended by none other than Mr. Modi, the incumbent prime minister was the first one to catch the anti-nationals of JNU. Zee News in past has been in wrong news for extorting money from a leading business house of country. This time they decided to wash all their sins (paap) by helping government catch the culprits. They worked with alacrity. Video taped the whole incident in an unbiased manner (very unlike media). Before the news hungry public could watch some...

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    Who is responsible for Delhi’s stink?

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    The litterbugs can rejoice. They can finally claim Delhi as the capital city of their kingdom. BJP Controlled Corporations, Kejriwal controlled AAP or Municipal Employees. Who is the one responsible for Delhi’s stink? This is the question baffling everyone in Delhi. I know it’s difficult to focus on getting the answer with so much stink around. Still I see no harm in introspecting the stink of Delhi. Corporations blame Delhi Government for not clearing their dues. Kejriwal blames corporations for running their organizations in an unprofessional way, thereby incurring heavy losses and the corporation employees (safai karamcharis) have decided to not pick up brooms, until and unless their dues are cleared. They also want future assurance for prompt payment of their salaries. MCD employees are on strike and this time they have refused to budge. This is a deadlock situation. So who among these squabbling entities is involved in bringing the capital city to its knees? The public is divided. Some blame Kejriwal for playing dirty politics with BJP by not releasing proper amount to corporations for paying salaries of their employees. They feel this time Kejriwal has gone too far by putting city at a grave risk by indulging in petty politics. Then we have the second lot of public consisting of those, who have seen BJP controlled corporations go from bad to worse over the years. According to them, BJP control corporations are mismanaged. There is huge corruption in how these corporations are run. The third lot does not want to come forward. They fear, safai karamcharis will throw garbage outside their home, if they blame them for this mess. We all fear the guy who picks herbage outside our house J The corporation employees, who have refused to pick broom (not because its AAP’s symbol 😉 ) are an angry lot. Their payments are irregular and they have lost confidence in administration. I feel for them. They do our dirtiest job and when it comes to getting paid. They are not the white collared employees who make the 6 figure salaries. They have families, who depend on their very average salary to run their homes. Tough time calls for tough measures. I am sure, they were well beyond the breaking point to have taken this extreme step. At least, they got our attention. I am in support of their movement on all the points other than the one, where they have attacked AAP for failure to pay their salaries. Why are they only attacking AAP? Aren’t they employed by BJP controlled corporations? This is where the stink becomes political. Coming back to who is responsible for Delhi’s stink? This is Delhi, my friends. The political capital of this country. “Blame game” runs in veins of politicians here. Every party I point my fingers to points fingers at the other “party” God save the city! The “stinking” Mango Man   Related Post When in opposition in Indian Parliament. Act like ... Kiran Bedi : From Anna to BJP AAP ke style effects Hindutva (RSS) versus Development (The Government)... Like this:Like...

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    Student Politics not Caste was reason for Rohith Vemula ‘s death

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    Student Politics not Caste was reason for Rohith Vemula ‘s death

    You cannot help but feel disgusted looking at the parade of politicians marching to Hyderabad University shedding crocodile tears over the death of a bright suicide. The list of politicians is endless consisting of everyone who has an agenda or political mileage to gain from this unpleasant incident. Leading the pack is Omnipresent Rahul Gandhi, who these days is busy increasing his airline mile points by travelling to every “politically” important place in the country. So one fine day you see him talking to students in Bangalore, the next day he is in some remote location in India criticizing modi for BJP’s failure. The whole exercise has become so mundane.  By the time next elections approach, I am sure he will be entitled to free travel for next 5 years of his political journey. Now Mr. Gandhi cried a river after listening to this heart-wrenching incident. I hope the tears were genuine and not crocodile tears shed politically to win Dalit votes. Alas! It was too little and too later. Just behind Mr. Gandhi was bête-noire of BJP, Mr. Kejriwal. Mr. Kejriwal, whose battle with BJP in Delhi is a stuff of legends saw this another opportunity to take the battle directly to PM of this country. If only he was not in politics, I would have fallen for his tricks. Unfortunately, politics and genuineness don’t mix well. There goes the hope of Mango Man of this country down the political drain. So much for supporting the alpha aam aadmi 🙁 Following the two leaders was every leader who had an axe to grind with BJP. There was Mamta Banerjee, Owaisi, Mayawati and some leaders from the left front. Everyone made it look like an issue of a Dalit committing suicide. Apparently, the issue was given a caste angle by our beloved leaders. According to them, Rohith committed suicide because of him being a Dalit. From what I have read and understood, the series of incidents which led to Rohith committing suicide did not include a single event, where he was discriminated for being Dalit. Rohith was a member of Ambedkar Students Association. The association opposed hanging of Yakub Menon and condemned ABVP’s attack on the screening of documentary Muzzafarnagar baaqi hai. This made him an anti-national in eyes of Hyderabad University on demands of ABVP, the student wing of BJP. They demanded his suspension. Mr, Bandaru Dattatreya, the BJP leader took this matter with HRD. HRD obliged them since they opposed hanging of Yakub Menon, which presumably made him an “anti-national” in the eyes of right-wing party. Rohith along with a group of students had been in suspension for close to a year. Now this is a long duration for anyone to stay away from studies. I am sure him being poor only made it harder for him. Add to this, the lack of support from the groups/unions on whose backing he probably went ahead and joined the dharna or so-called “anti-national” activities. When I introspect the series of events closely, the only reason I can Rohith committing suicide is Student Politics. From NSUI to ABVP to student wings of every political party, the political parties today have a presence in all colleges of India. As they say “catch them young”. I Stay in Delhi/NCR. You cannot help but notice...

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    10 Noteworthy News/Events from 2015 (A Mango Man’s list)

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    10 Noteworthy News/Events from 2015 (A Mango Man’s list)

    From BJP to AAP. From Srini to Manohar. From IIFT to Censor Board, 2016 can boast in front of its past tense years of being the most happening year. Here is the best of 2015 for you: AAP’s battle with Centre: AAP is a party which has transformed from a party with a change to a part which has changed. What started as a revolution in start of 2015 has turned into a battleground of two rival parties by end of year. By decimating BJP in Delhi elections, they played the David vs Goliath in front of us. Unfortunately as the year progressed, Kejriwal’s battles with center intensified. Today, both political outfits (BJP and AAP) are at loggerheads. While BJP has stuck to the holy book of constitution in undermining kejriwal’s authority, Kejriwal(the rebel he is ) has fought them via media. From DDCA mess to control over Delhi police, the two outfits fought an intense battle in social media and main stream media. The battle between Kejriwal and Modi definitely is at top of my list. Read : Kejriwal versus Jaitley over DDCA | Kejriwal versus BJP over Dengue | Kejriwal calls Delhi Polics Thulla | Kejriwal versus Modi | 100 days of AAP Cow is the new national animal: Yes. This is official. Cow now is the national animal (unofficially). You can kill a Tiger but dare you raise a finger against the holiest of animals in this country. You will end up behind bars on charges you can only dream of. The government has banned beef, made worshiping cow as almost mandatory and has unintentionally got an innocent killed. All this is result of cow politics. This is a year when cow can finally proclaim to get the respect it deserved. Time to mean when you say “Holy Cow”. Read : Dadri lynching over Beef | Beef Ban on Twitter | Beef Ban in India Obama as chief guest on 26th January: You have to appreciate the smartness of Modi. He pulled off a coup by getting the most influential personality in the world to grace our republic day in 2015. I don’t know about others but this held a lot of importance for me and rest of this country in 2016. Read : My wishlist for Obama on Republic Day Air India’s entertainment: Air India spent another eventful year keeping us entertained. The more I read about them, the more relaxed I get. Like all Government controlled bodies, they are still in losses. They don’t give a rat’s ass about consumers and they waste our tax payer’s money without any guilt. I love them as they give me assurance, our country is still running in “normal mode”. Read : Why can’t we dump Air India | Air India : The parasite living off tax payer’s money The return of Rahul Baba: When he disappeared post Lok sabha defeat, we all thought he is gone for good. Obviously, I was worried on who will fill our lampoon section :). Then he returned like the Batman to save Gotham (read : congress party) city. Since his return, Rahul Gandhi has tried to take right steps, which is a huge progress over all wrong steps he took before during lok sabha elections. If rumours are to be believed, he will soon helm...

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    Delhi’s Political scene is back to normal with Kejriwal, Jaitley and DDCA Controversy

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    Delhi’s Political scene is back to normal with Kejriwal, Jaitley and DDCA Controversy

    The political scene in Delhi is back to normal. Kejriwal, the incumbent CM of Delhi recently claimed, he is hounded by CBI on command of central government and PM of country. PM of country travelling abroad denied knowledge of any such action. Kejriwal cried foul. In fact, he went step ahead by using “foul” language to call Modi a Psychopath and Coward. Now this I feel is The Normal Delhi Political Scene. Since Kejriwal has come to power, this is the routine cycle in Delhi. Centre slyly pokes him. He pokes them back with vengeance and rest all as they say is part of History books on Delhi politics. We, the mangoman sit back and watch the tamasha unfold on our idiot box with a cup of TV. Only the intensity of tamasha changes, rest of the story plays to the script written the day AAP came to power in Delhi. I love it! Don’t you? It was really long since Delhi’s political hulchul was without any dhamaka. I was kind of getting bored. Anyways, we are back to normal. So what is so special about this latest tug of war in between AAP and BJP? For a change, we have dragged the gentleman’s sports run by politicians (who are the gentlest of men) of this country in to the slugfest. This time the battle is played on an unusual turf called as DDCA. The issue in hand involves interference of Politicians in Sports in India. The two opposing teams are led by Arun Jaitley, our respect Finance Minister and Arvind Kejriwal, our respected CM of Delhi. Kejriwal has accused BJP and the team of trying to investigate his team’s investigation over irregularities in DDCA. Imagine. Investigation over Investigation. This definitely sounds like mother of all investigations. DDCA’s sad state of affairs is an open book. From corruption to age fudging issues, they have done everything right to claim their top spot as the most unorganized, corrupt cricket body in country. As a matter of fact, they added another feather to their cap of controversies, when they almost lost the chance to host an India-South Africa match few weeks back. The match was ultimately conducted under the supervision of a retired judge. Mr. Jaitley was the head of DDCA for a long time. Like every politician in country who loves to add a name tag of “A Political President of a sports body” he did his job without fuss for years. He recently decided to leave the coveted post for the bigger role of Finance Minister of Country. How this tug of war story unfolded is interesting. Kejriwal ji’s trusted lieutenant, a senior IAS officer was searched by CBI few weeks back. Kejriwal in his inimitable rebellious style said “Enough is enough”. He dragged the past president of DDCA, Jaitley ji to the present battle between AAP and BJP by calling it a motivated move to spy upon the DDCA investigation done by his team. Kejriwal yesterday conveyed a special session of Delhi Assembly, where all members of assembly (most are from AAP) whistled and thumped benches to his emotional speech targeting PM and Jaitley. Arun Jaitley on his part decided to get back to his old “Tarreq par Tarreq” days by dragging Kejriwal and his trusted team to Court....

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