The pension and insurance funds are carrying the can for securities issued to hide the government's budget deficits. This is a criminal lack of transparency
The comment makes the point that the BJP seems to be mixing 'inclusive' chatter with steps clearly meant to appease the party's hardline Hindutva voterbank.
All that is needed is for Australia, South Africa, England, New Zealand and West Indies to come together and start opposing the BCCI.
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