Aney is it true?

Election fever

The election fever at a leading sports body is so hot that it had even hit the welfare association of the said body. Nowhere in the annals of the said body had there been elections of the welfare association earlier and they have been elected uncontestedall the time.

It so happened that a coach and a storekeeper had contested for the post of president. It looks as if the election fever that the parent body is gripped with has now taken over the entire association as well.

On what capacity?

The results of St. Kitts are well known now. Inquiries are however going on as to how five lissome beauties had made the tour and on what capacity they had been included to St. Kitts where the nod was given to South Coast in Australia over Hambantota.

Trouble for men in the middle

The talk is about a leading sports body which has no money at present. The latest ruse to rake in money seems to be from the officials who are in the middle.

The normal fee taken from the men in the middle is Rs. 100 but now moves are afoot to raise it to Rs. 1000. The men in the middle are now wondering whether they too must suffer for this setback.

No correct procedures for AGM

A cricket body in the hills held its AGM recently and a minister that is a deputy was elected as its president. It is however said that the said AGM was held without the knowledge of its secretary.

When this was brought to the notice of the parent body, they had told the cricket body concerned to conduct the AGM in the correct manner as laid down by the rules.

This fracas was discussed at the headquarters where things got out of hand and one official had threatened to throw out on of the contestants.

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