“Investigate thoroughly and give the IPL trophy to the team whose franchise has transected the maximum black money to buy their team and have done maximum financial irregularities” was demanded by Jaspal Bhatti, the ace social satirist of the country. Jaspal Bhatti and the members of his Nonsense club were making fun of the IPL scam, in sector 17 Chandigarh.
The Cheerleaders were in action when a group was singing a funny but hard hitting parody on the situation:
Teri Unchi shaan thi Modi; Panga le ke yun hi kho di
Toon tha sab kuch janene wala; Black white ko manne wala
Toone kaisi game ghuma di; Kayion ki tune wicket gira di
Twitter hai kaisa ajooba; Toon bhi dooba Tharoor bhi dooba
Doobon ko ab kaun bachaye; Meri bhi ek team bana de
Black money mera white kara de; Black money mera white kara de
Jaspal Bhatti in his speech said that IPL appears to be excellent opportunity for laundering dirty money if used properly. We should expand this ‘Indian Paisa Laundering’ series by auctioning more and more teams. There’s no harm allotting to two three teams to a state. Every team should have at least a big politician, underworld don, and a film star to run the affairs of the team smoothly.
Some of the perspective buyers of new teams were seen with the placards of their teams in their hands. The placards read: Kolkata Night Bribers; Royal Money Changers Bangalore; Delhi Fare Dealers; Chennai Super Links.
Jaspal Bhatti demanded to legalize Match fixing and Satta. He asked people to have Satta on whether Modi will stay or go? Whether ties between NCP and Congress will break or not?
The parody was penned down by Punjabi folk singer Gurtej Tej. Other city artists who participated in the street show include Brijesh Ahuja, Vinod Sharma, and Lally Gill.
Vinod Sharma(PR Executive) Nonsense Club: 98150-75790