Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Reverse Outsourcing..gnicroustouO esreveR

At a time when almost all the business leaders are thinking of outsourcing their jobs to India, the great leaders/ politicians of our country have shown their credibility by outsourcing the great cricketing event i.e. the IPL2 to a foreign country and some of the so called laureates of our country supported the decision saying that its high time for Indian events to go global and indirectly they were trying to hide their inability to host the event due to security reasons.
So I just had a sarcastic suggestion from one of my friend that "why not to outsource the elections from next time onwards to a foreign country so that it'll be conducted in a much efficient and secured manner." It was a nice suggestion that came up. I know it'll never happen but I think those days are also not far. Even I added that it'll do some good to the people of India. At least the common man will get a free foreign tour. You think it’s impossible???? Come on… I don’t think so. The politicians, except a few, of our country have enough money deposited rather accumulated in their accounts that they can even take every Indian on a ride to a foreign country.
I just came to step upon a news that about 800 crores INR will be spent by the political parties for their campaigning ads in the printing as well as the electronic media.
So I think it’s a fair idea to conduct the elections outside India so that the money accumulated in the banks by them will be utilized for a noble cause.
And yes as we have already seen that the voter turn out is not even crossing the half way mark. Using this innovative idea of outsourcing the elections actually can enhance this number remarkably.
Let me talk about the Lalit Modi, the chauffeur followed by Preity Zinta, Vijay Mallya, King Khan and the new kid in the bloc Shilpa Shetty, gave sound bytes thanking the spirit of people for encouraging IPL whether in India or South Africa; who cares...till the time the pockets get filled up.
The sentiments of the people were touched upon and the past record of bomb blasts and Mumbai terror attacks were put on record to get the maximum sympathies from the Indian audience who still haven't got over from the 26/11 horror for getting onto this decision of sacrificing IPL2 to a foreign country.

Guys I have lots to put but I can just conclude that the security of the world largest democracy has gone for a toss and no one is bothered. I hope the results from the ongoing dance of the democracy will do something fair so that our bosses will be enabled to put our country back on the front seat.

3 Comments:

At April 29, 2009 at 2:06 AM , Blogger Rajath Rao said...

serious topic but put in a pallid comic terms!! But nice effort sangu.. One more addition for this security concern over powering sports is Australia boycotting Davis cup. Eventually bringing down India's pride & even tourism revenue.
Is India going Pakistan way??

 
At April 29, 2009 at 2:21 AM , Blogger karan said...

Forget about wot Australia has done but if indians only have started feeling whether India is going pak's way then GOD help India.Comeone guys,we all knw tht India is growing n the best way to answer countries like aus is to grow more n more..

And regarding your article Sangram,I think it wasnt right for IPL to be conducted in SA as i feel this event is for the indians.But at the same time nobody wanted to take any chance too,be it politicians or sponsers.

 
At April 30, 2009 at 7:02 AM , Blogger Vinay said...

Well written...

 

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