By Atul Kumar
Genre: Non Fiction| Price: Rs 350.00| ISBN 978-93-84333-95-9 | Binding: Paperback
Continuous Institutionalized Fixing in Cricket is the biggest ever scam on Indian soil that exposes the two most powerful institutions in the land—the Supreme Court of India and the Indian Media—making conspicuous the inadequacy of the former and the culpability of the latter. Powerful ministers in India patronize it and the political adversaries combine to perpetuate it, even when it helps terrorists like Dawood Ibrahim in making money to fund terror strikes in India or elsewhere. 2G scam, Coalgate, Saradha Scam, and all other scams combined pale in comparison to this continuing scam. The commentators act as fraudsters. Celebrities facilitate this fraud and others turn a blind eye to it. Isn’t acceptance of a fake sport, raising it to the level of religion, the ultimate in degradation for a society? Will not evils mushroom in such a society? Can there be good days ahead? Does Prime Minister of India really believe in cleanliness? Will he act for his people to cleanse the stinking cricket? Another explosive eye-opener, from the author of Bettors Beware (fixing in cricket decoded), Rogues Rascals and Eunuchs (Pain of an Indian Whistle-blower), and Phakeland (a fairy tale for grownups), that will enrich and stun you at the same time.