Film stars , industrialists, liquor merchants and politicians buy the cricketers. All of them make money at the cost of the viewers of T.V. channels.
Buyers of products have to pay the advertising costs on the T.V., irrespective of : whether the buyers view the T.V. ads. or any T.V. itself.
Those crazy T.V. viewers who watch sport and elite channels and buy the goods advertised thereon should pay the advertising costs. This type of viewers and buyers may not exceed 50% of buyers of products.
|Another Important Injustice|
|Question: Why there are no teams for important Cities like Lucknow, Kanpur, Allahabad, Dehra Doon, Bhopal, Ranchi, Raipur, Bhuvaneshwar or Cuttack or Poori, Gauhati or Shilling or Dispur?||Answer: These States are the cinderellas of India. These States are the real Bharath. These States do not have the financial clout to invest billions of Rupees to buy cricketers in auctions. The populations of these States view the channels and buy the advertised products. Even if some population does not watch the channels, yet they buy the products at advertisement-cost-added prices.|
The Cricket Associations of these States should come together and start a Cricket Circuit called "Indian Popular League". The teams of the IPL should not be allowed to compete in the Popular League.
The Popular League may also have to live on some amount of Corporate Advertising. But, the quantum has to remain within reasonable limits. The solution for this evil is, the Associations have to cut down tournament costs , pay realistic remunerations to cricketers rather than sky-high sums. Stadia ticket prices should also be kept low. "Popular" should mean really "popular" i.e. win the confidence of common people. IPL should reflect the people's voice.
The Popular League should avoid the IPL Hot Girls. What Popular Cricket will have to do with Hot Girls? Popular League can hold Women's Cricket Tournaments side by side, which will promote gender equality.
Do we need Sharukh Khan or Priyanka Chopra at the Popular League?