SH*T News of the day: Forgotten Indian cricketers demand Rozgaar Yojna

SH*T News of the day: Forgotten Indian cricketers demand Rozgaar Yojna

SH*T News sources tried to reach out to Yuvraj Singh but the dog didn’t allow them into the gate.

Ambati Rayudu
India batsman Ambati Rayudu. (Photo by JEKESAI NJIKIZANA/AFP/Getty Images)

As the Indian Cricket Team selectors have moved on from the stalwarts of yesterday and have instilled their confidence in the youngsters, there has been a rising intolerance amongst the forgotten players. Their fading popularity has put a question mark over their cricketing talent.

Robin Uthappa also expressed displeasure over the same. In fact, Ambati Rayudu confessed that he has to often wear his Indian jersey to let people know he once played for India. Forgotten spinners Pragyan Ojha and Amit Mishra have recently filed a case of missing identities as people failed to recognize them in a high profile event.

The situation has been worse for Ashok Dinda who was mistaken for a PT teacher while he was jumping during his run-up. With this situation is getting worse every day, a movement has started across India to help forgotten international players get due recognition.

Indian Cricketers Rozgaar Yojna

This movement ‘Indian Cricketers Rozgaar Yojna’ is led by old warhorses Manprit Gony and VRV Singh. It has also garnered support from a considerable number of players with little bit international experience right from Rishi Dhawan to Gurkeerat Singh Mann. The movement was also supported by ousted seniors.

Suresh Raina who has now been out of the ODI team for more than two years expressed his disappointment. “I’ve tried everything, right from congratulating the captain on Twitter to posting selfies from the gym to motivational quotes. Nothing works. We need to stay in the mix for a few more years.”

Gautam Gambhir who played his last ODI more than four years ago and failed to find a permanent spot in the Test side remarked, “I’ve posted patriotic tweets. I’ve tried to contact Virat but I guess he has blocked my number. At least this way, I’ll be relevant in something other than IPL.”

Harbhajan Singh distanced himself from the Rozgaar Yojna scheme. He indeed seemed highly optimistic as he had hopes of breaking into the team. He told our reporter, “If these chirkuts can topple the opposition, then if I get a chance, I would end up taking 10 wickets in every game.” Somewhere in the world, we could hear the Mumbai Indians management laughing their hearts out.

Our SH*T News sources tried to reach out to Yuvraj Singh but the dog didn’t allow them into the gate. BCCI rubbished these reports but also confirmed that they may soon have a Margdarshak Mandal. Stay tuned for more updates!

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