Since Mr. 10% appointed his quarter as the Chairman of the PCB, the so-called “Chuwannee” seems to have been in total silence and, there has been a lot of speculation among the cricketing circles that he is not speaking or saying anything about cricket, whereas we have been reading other stuff published by the media about his past achievements as the Chairman of ZT Bank of Pakistan and as, Chairman of the Sugar Mills and the alleged court cases against him and, he seems to be drowned neck deep in that rubble. So, it makes one wonder how is he going to get out of that rubble and sort out the piles of problems which Mr. Ijaz Butt has excreted during his tenure. Questions are being raised whether he is the right man for this tough job?
Today, Mr. two and a half percent has spoken about cricket and he picked up the name of Shahid Afridi by saying: “In my view Afridi is a good one-day player but I will discuss with the experts and might change my view.” First of all calling your best ODI player as a good player is in itself an understatement and then to top it up, he wants to get views and opinions on Afridi from others and THEN HE MAY CHANGE HIS VIEWS? Btw, who are those others? Afridi has a long list of enemies and haters and they all have an agenda against him. So, whatever they will say would be a biased, planned and an orchestrated scheme to keep Afridi away, at least from the captaincy role. If the Chairman is going to ask every lulloo, Punjoo, Chotoo then, what is he? The Chairman of the PCB? A rubber stamp CEO of the Zarai Taraqiyati Bank? Or, a Sugar Mill ka Chaudhry? Ya Zardari ka Tuttoo?
This is what happens when you appoint a SIFARISHI TUTTOO, he has no cricketing background or no administrative capabilities then obviously he will rely on others, in other words he is a DUMMY who has no spine of his own, he cannot stand up like a MAN and take decisions on his own. Ijaz Butt was on another extreme and a total destroyer of the game of cricket domestically as well as internationally. And, “This Man” “Dhayee Percent” is proving to be another spineless, gutless rubber stamp CEO of the PCB.
Another ambiguity is about his tenure, which is uncertain because the ICC wants to make changes in the appointment of the chiefs of the cricketing boards and the deadline is 2013 whereas, in Pakistan it is always the mother of all the uncertainty that rules. No one knows what is happening next? The country has gone to dogs and the leaders are shameless, brazen and unblushing (dheet) and the irony is they have looted the country with both hands and yet they think they are loyal to the country and the uneducated, uncouth masses believe in them and they keep electing them back into power. The fate of Pakistan is sealed and it is only a matter of time that things would be more obvious and more visible.
Allama Iqbal is Pakistan’s national poet and he died much before the creation of Pakistan and at that time it was United India or, they used to call it Hindustan. Iqbal’s poetry at that time may not have been understood by many but, it is more clear than before”
Na Samjho gay tou mitt jao gay, aye Hindustan walo
Tumharee Daastaan tak bhee na hogi Daastano may.
How ironic that this is happening during our times and most of us are still not aware of it. May God Bless Pakistan.