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Kapil Sibal’s poems being used to torture Sreesanth and Chandila: Sources

29, May 2013 By Sandeep Kadian

New Delhi. The cricketers arrested in the IPL spot-fixing scandal – Ajit Chandila, S Sreesanth and Ankeet Chavan are being subjected to a cruel and unusual torture in police custody, our sources have informed us. They are being made to listen to poems recited by leading poet of India, Kapil Sibal, 24 X 7.

Speaking to Faking News, one of our informers said, “The cricketers are going mad. I don’t know how much longer they can withstand this torture. They have installed speakers inside their cells and are playing Mr. Sibal’s poems on loop.”

Kapil Sibal
Sibal was happy that finally his poems are being put to some productive use. He further said that Sreesanth could hire his lawyer son if the cricketer wanted to sue him for some damages.

“They had to take extreme steps because the cricketers were not revealing the names of other cricketers involved in fixing during IPL. Jail authorities had contemplated few other options too, one of them was making them watch Ishqk In Paris but the sight of Preity Zinta would not have been that great a torture. Another option was to make them watch Delhi Daredevils vs Pune Warriors but they were likely to start betting on that. Eventually, someone came up with the idea of Kapil Sibal’s poems and a consensus quickly emerged on the same,” he went on to add.

Jail staff and other prisoners have received earplugs which they use when they come close to the cricketers’ cells to avoid contamination of their brain.

Meanwhile, Sreesanth’s lawyer has threatened to go to court against this human rights violation. Speaking to Faking News he said, “What kind of barbaric creatures use a torture method like this? Don’t they have a heart? These cricketers are getting a treatment worse than the treatment you give to enemy soldiers. My client is so close to going insane and this need to stop ASAP.”

A group of Sreesanth supporters has gathered outside the prison to protest against this atrocity. When we asked one young man why he supports Sreesanth even after his involvement in spot fixing, he said, “What support for Sreesanth man? I just came to take a bath with the free water Delhi police provides to every gathering of people in Delhi.”

An example of Mr. Sibal’s work is given below. (Readers are advised to proceed at their own risk. Faking News will not be responsible for any damage caused)

The meltdown of 2009 /its genesis /mortgage, sub-prime;/ the financial world/ felt at a loss /global leaders met at Davos, /the mood effete /somber with gloom/ steps needed /to avert a doom,/ global markets in recession/ much like the 30s /Great Depression