I received this anonymous comment on the resignation of the Malaysian Cricket Association's Deputy President. It had caught many "cricket watchers" by surprise and apparently this is an "appetiser" to a "main dish" that is in the making. There is a lot of buzz and it would be wrong to speculate except that the common "thread" to the story is the need for fresh elections.
The story is "juicy" enough but not sufficient to provide a satisfying "thirst quenching" article. Time would help in filling the "jug" with the necessay contents and i think it is best to give it the period for the story to develop.
Below is the full text in blue print of the unedited version of the comment:
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MCA deputy president quits
Thank God. Its real Merdeka for Malaysian Cricket. We thought we need to wait for a year more. There is few more have to resign, we waiting for tat day.
MALAYSIAN Cricket Association (MCA) deputy president Datuk Dr Amarjit Singh has tendered his resignation, a move seen as a sign that all is not well in the national sports body.Dr Amarjit said his letter of resignation was sent to the MCA headquarters in Kuala Lumpur yesterday and that he had stated time constraint as the reason for his decision to quit.
"There is no need to say anything more nor do I want to hurt anybody. I have come to a decision to resign and that's it," said Dr Amarjit.
His resignation has come at a time when the MCA has yet to fill the post of two vice-presidents, left vacant by Mahindra Vallipuran who resigned about six months ago, and Affendi Fuad Stephens, who passed away early last year.
"But I hope the president (Tunku Imran Tunku Ja'afar) will take a serious look at the situation and fill up the vacancies, including that of ordinary member Gopal Sreenavasan, who has also resigned.
"If not, it is only fair that a re-election be called soon," added Dr Amarjit, who was also the chairman of the MCA development committee. -