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AAP debutes in cricket with Aam Cricket Party

26, Dec 2013 By vivek2500

New Delhi. In interesting turn of events which unfolded today, After meeting Bishan Singh Bedi, Arvind Kejriwal has launched a Aam Cricket party to raise common people’s voice against BCCI corruption.

Sidhu leaves BJP to be a part of it.

“BCCI and their Damad’s have been long fielding their candidate in India’s squad, We need to get them out of the system and give the selection responsibility to Aam Admi.” said Kejriwal in exclusive SMS interview with Faking news.

Sources reveals that ACP will be headed by Bishan Singh Bedi and contacts have been made with Navjot Singh Sidhu to make him brand ambassador of the party. Justifying Sidhu as a brand ambassador, our source says that, He is most known face on TV  and he was the most ordinary(Aam) cricket of young generation hence he is the right choice and can help ACP in gathering the momentum for their new party.

Yogendra Yadav confirmed news stating that “Our internal survey, which we conducted after the meeting, predicts that 88% Indian’s are fed up of current team’s performance,  the time has come to give the choice  back to Aam Admi who will decide the future Indian team by SMS voting. We have already drafted the Jan CricketPal which will be implemented as soon as we come to power.”

Manish sisodia added that, every cricketer chosen through SMS poll will be given chances in minimum 70 matches and his batting average and no. of wickets taken will be doubled in all official records.

“I hope the BCCI goes out and we get to see ACP at the helm, BCCI didn’t allow Poonam Pandey to do her act in 2011, I am sure ACP is pro-progress and they will allow her into the dressing room of boys on demand of Aam Admi”  said visibly excited ACP supporter Swapnil Doshi.

In other unrelated news, people saw Virendra Sehwag and Gautam Gambhir in Delhi textile market searching for ‘Mei Hu Aam Cricket’ Gandhi cap.