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ED files charge sheet for missing runs in Champion's Trophy

03, Jul 2017 By Babujee

London: The Enforcement Directorate along with the CBI and the New Scotland Yard has filed a charge sheet in the Crown’s Court against “unknown person(s)”. The charge sheet alleges that Indian runs were stolen from the scoresheet of the Champion’s Trophy final. Describing these runs as national treasures, Mr. Tashkar Tandon, DIG, White Collar Crimes, emphasized, “We have lost the Kohinoor and the Peacock Throne. We will not let these runs be stolen from us. We will hold them accountable.”

Kohli doesn't give a damn
Kohli doesn’t give a damn

ED claims that runs from Mr Kohli and Yuvraj Singh were illegally transferred to Mr Fakhar Zaman after the unscripted no ball call. “That no ball was not in the scoresheet that we obtained before the game. We have done a forensic examination and added up the extras; no no ball was supposed to be there at that point”, Mr. Tandon thundered.

He bristled at the suggestion of a reporter that ED might have obtained a phony scoresheet, “Impossible, we floated a global tender and Ibrahim Brothers from Karachi had won, they are very reliable suppliers. With us everything is transparent.”

The Indian team went into hiding to avoid disappointed fans. It is reliably learnt that they are staying with the fugitive millionaire Mr Vijay Mallya at his London mansion instead of the 5 star hotel. All the money saved will be donated to children’s charity, according to a source.