A good attempt.To, IOA(Olympic Committee)
We are very glad to inform you that we have missed the deadline for sending confirmation to the Asian Games Committee of our participation in the cricket, which has been included in the Asian Games for the first time. Anyway, we already have other commercial commitments, which are more important to us than our national pride. If we
would have[No!] had participated in the Asian Games, the maximum we could get out of it is the Gold medal. Agreed, the price of the metal is at a peak, but in no way can you [inversion] compare it with the goldmines we get from playing other tournaments, specially IPL. Let’s be honest! Apart from the yellow medal, that all onlywhich is all we get if we win, there is no prize-money. In other tournaments, whether we win or lose, our cash coffers always overflow!
Your Excellency should not forget that cricket is no longer a sport, but a business venture. Our vision is clear: to make money. And our mission is to make Indians public fools.
If you still have any queries, we request you not to send them to us, because it would be a waste of time for both of us, as we strictly adhere to our policy – ‘accountable[?] to no one’.
From BCCI(Cricket Board)
- For Teachers