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Boycott the elections, says Dhoni

01, Nov 2013 By rharikrishna25

This sudden announcement from the Indian skipper MS Dhoni has created tension everywhere throughout the country. Soon after the Indian victory with brilliant knocks from Kohli and Dhawan, a press meet was arranged and Indian Skipper along with Virat Kohli occupied the seats before the mikes.

The press reporters were shooting out a volley of questions right from Sachin’s retirement to Kohli’s retirement. All of a sudden, Dhoni announced something drastic.

“We have decided to boycott the Indian elections in 2014. Any small problem in some remote village of the country, the opposite parties always boycott the sport. Recently in Tamil Nadu, the DMK leader has asked our PM to boycott the Commonwealth meet in Sri Lanka. Instead he should have asked that to Sonia ji. Rahul ji was not offered Payasam at the end of his meal in a hut in Lahore. He decided to boycott the chess tournament. Mayawati ji of UP has been furious that no sport league is named after a city from UP. So she decided to boycott all the leagues. AAP leader Kejriwal wanted to pass anti-cheerleaders bill since the beginning and he too is ready to boycott any sport. Since none gives him any attention he desired, whatever sport he might boycott, he has decided to boycott all forms of book and street crickets.”

Kohli suddenly became furious, “**** you man! ***@!@$$#@$##! The Politicians always boycott sports for some random political reasons. So we also have decided to follow their way. We have decided to boycott the elections and yes, we have a valid reason. We scored a half and a full ton respectively and yet we lost the match because of that Ishant Sharma. He is from Delhi team and that’s like the control hub of the country. We are hurt a lot because of the power at center giving us a player like this one. So we are boycotting the elections. We also request all the cricket admirers to boycott them.”

The election commission held an urgent meeting on account of this press meet. The Chief Commissioner has suggested a move similar to the one took by BCCI when they faced political problems. “We are facing pressure from the Indian Cricket side. So we have decided to shift the elections to South Africa. We request the South Africans to support us through out.”

The parties have started blocking all the tickets to South Africa and have planned to sponsor people’s trip which includes boarding, lodging, food and sight-seeing.

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