Ever since India misplaced the Cricket World Cup last in opposition to Australia, consultants have been analysing the explanations behind it. From India’s batting efficiency to slip-ups in fielding, folks have been giving causes for the unbeaten Rohit Sharma-led facet’s slide in fortune. However former Supreme Court docket choose Markandey Katju has supplied some of the weird causes and his put up has gone viral due to that. Justice Katju claimed that Australia was the armoury of India within the time of Pandavas and that’s the reason it received the match.
“Australia was the storage centre of the ‘Astras’ of Pandavas. It was referred to as ‘Astralaya’. That is the actual purpose why they received the World Cup,” Justice Katju stated in a put up on X (previously Twitter).
Australia was the storage centre of the ‘Astras’ of Pandavas. It was referred to as ‘Astralaya’. That is the actual purpose why they received the World Cup.
— Markandey Katju (@mkatju) November 20, 2023
He didn’t give any proof or context for the weird idea, leaving web shocked.
“Thank u sir… It has been some time since u honoured us along with your humour,” commented one consumer. “Dubai was made by Mr Dubey, Egypt (Misr in Hindi) by Mr Mishra, Israel was created by Yadavs, Bahrain by Lord Brahma and Saudi Arabia by Goddess Saraswati,” stated one other consumer, taking a jibe at Justice Katju.
Justice Katju, additionally a former chairman of the Press Council of India, is thought for his outspoken views and unconventional opinions. Justice Katju began his legislation apply on the Allahabad Excessive Court docket from 1970 to 1991 and served at numerous high-ranking positions within the judiciary earlier than being elevated to the Supreme Court docket of India in April 2006. He retired in September, 2011.
In the meantime, the loss on Sunday was additionally India’s second loss to the Australians in a last in 5 months, after they went down within the World Check Championship decider in June.
India received the one-day World Cup in 1983 and 2011, however then faltered on the semi-final stage in 2015 and 2019.