Surprising facts which prove that Indian government is biased towards Cricket than other sports!

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(Disclaimer: This article does not intend to defame any individual, organisation or sport.)

In India, cricket is not merely a sport; it is a religion. Without any doubt, an official cricket player gets the utmost respect and love of the nation including huge pay-cheques. No wonder, every second kid in India wants to become either Tendulkar or Kohli.

But what about other sports? We are not just talking about Hockey (India's national sport) but many other; Kabaddi, Javelin Throw, Boxing, Swimming, etc. While the cricketers fly on business-class reservations, India's women's Hockey team has to sit on the floor of a train for travelling places. Yes, we are not kidding!

(Disclaimer: This article does not intend to defame any individual, organisation or sport.)

In India, cricket is not merely a sport; it is a religion. Without any doubt, an official cricket player gets the utmost respect and love of the nation including huge pay-cheques. No wonder, every second kid in India wants to become either Tendulkar or Kohli.

But what about other sports? We are not just talking about Hockey (India's national sport) but many other; Kabaddi, Javelin Throw, Boxing, Swimming, etc. While the cricketers fly on business-class reservations, India's women's Hockey team has to sit on the floor of a train for travelling places. Yes, we are not kidding!

Here is a list of examples which prove that Indian government is biased towards Cricket than other sports:

See? No wonder, Indian cricket team bags the most trophies for the simple fact that they are more privileged and cherished than other sports' players. Stay tuned for more sports related updates.

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