What are you doing there Anurag? Managing Cricket is the job of hard core players. You and other politicians have spoiled this sport over ages. You are another looter of this sport like previous ones. Can you leave soprs in the hands of sport persons?
BCCI promoted satta , bookies & fixing only illegal things promoted by Politician misusing BCCI as their private property . Supreme Court wants to clear the dirt from BCCI they are objecting cannot be tolerate in India. Now in India sport becomes commercial getting misused need to protect to save Sport.
If the ship was really sinking, all current and past office bearers were responsible. Will Mr Thakur also take responsibility ? Better if Mr Thakur negotiates with ICC regarding any issues instead of being at loggerheads. India can't expect 90% power over all world cricket.
Re: A thixef
by Srinivas on Sep 10, 2016 07:29 PM
How have you concluded that Shashank Manohar was not a thief ?
Let me give you some examples : 1. Which is the biggest controversy which led to the Supreme Court stepping in to clean up the BCCI ? The Conflict of Interest with Srinivasan owning the CSK franchise in the IPL. Do you know who was the BCCI President when the IPL was created and auctions done ? SHASHANK MANOHAR. HE made a big noise about Srinivasan later, but why did he allow this problem to happen in the first place ? 2. Remember the 20-20 World Cup held a few months ago. About 50% of the total no. of matches were allotted to Nagpur (home town of Manohar) & Dharamshala (home town of Thakur). Neither of these venues qualifies as a reputed international centre (relative to so many other places in India) and yet they got this special privilege. How ? 3. When Manohar took over as BCCI President for the 2nd time last year after Jagmohan Dalmiya's demise, there was news about him being in regular e-mail contact with Lalit Modi in 2013, when the spot fixing scam had broken out. Manohar denied that the e-mail ID was his, but BCCI officials said in private that it was Manohar's ID only.
The BCCI has been involved in a lot of mischief over a long time and Manohar is no exception.
Re: A thief
by brajeshwar nath on Sep 10, 2016 05:45 PM
absolutely. This runs in the party's DNA.When it came to power instead of being grateful they started from day one abusing UPA. Now this minion has started the same thing.He should be grateful that his father's connection has helped him get the seat. But he is another of those thankless, ungrateful people who fill this party.