'Amit Shah's son is defacto dictator': Shocking tweet from BJP leader Subramanian Swamy turns heads!

Certainly, BJP leader Subramanian Swamy is the first national figure who had apparently shared the inside story of the intelligence about the results of the 15th IPL season, that was held recently. Turning heads from across the nation, the BJP leader has levelled a sharp attack against the Indian cricket board and pressed that the results of the IPL must be probed through litigation. 

The 15th season of the IPL was held at various venues across Maharashtra and Gujarat. The season ran for two months in which ten cricket teams had competed against each other. The final match was held last Sunday between the Gujarat Titans and Rajasthan Royals at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. In the midst of a huge fanfare, Gujarat Titans, who had played their maiden IPL season, had won the finals and become the champions. 

When Titans, led by Hardik Pandya, didn't wrap up their celebrations, Swamy had now thrown a big bombshell that the intelligence agencies have a feeling that the outcomes of the IPL season were rigged. He went on to say that Amit Shah's son Jay Shah is acting as a de facto dictator of the Indian cricket board and that the government will not probe the matter as Amit Shah has been the Union Home Minister. 

Swamy has further said that the Public Interest Litigation (PIL) would be necessary to have a probe into the outcomes. Taking to Twitter on Thursday- June 2, Swamy wrote, "There is a widespread feeling in intelligence agencies that the Tata IPL Cricket outcomes were rigged. It may require a probe to clear the air for which PIL may be necessary since Govt will not do it as Amit Shah’s son is defacto dictator of BCCI." 

The tweet from 82-year-old Swamy has become the talk of the nation as it has sparked a large-scale debate over the legitimacy of the IPL functions. His tweet has attracted mixed comments from fans across the country while it has shocked the BJP and the officials of the Indian cricket board. By sharing his tweet, several Tweeple had demanded a probe into any foul plays in the game. 

The IPL final was held on Sunday in Ahmedabad and Amit Shah was among the spectaculars of the match in which Gujarat Titans, the home team of Amit Shah's home state of Gujarat, had won the title. The title and cash prize to Titans were given by BCCI President Sourav Ganguly and BCCI's secretary Jay Shah. Within a week after the finals, Swamy has come up with a shocking allegation and attacked Jay Shah for being a de facto dictator of BCCI. As he had said that the PIL must be initiated for a probe, the reports say that the BJP leader may approach a court with his litigation to investigate the outcomes of the IPL 2022.