Wagah: In a shocking revelation made in a press release here in Wagah today, the BSF claims to have satellite images of the Sri Lankan cricket team camping near the India-Pakistan border, around 50 kms from Atari where the famous change of guard ceremony takes place everyday.
“Initially we were confused upon seeing the images. We used to think some villagers near the border were having Maggi. But recently when Maggi got banned, we became more suspicious and decided to carry out a detailed investigative operation only to find that it was Lasith Malinga hiding in the bushes” said a BSF spokesperson here in Amritsar.
THB reporter then approached the Sri Lankan Cricket Board, BCCSL and their spokesman in a very nonchalant manner told us “It is nothing new, whenever we see an opportunity to play against India, we prepare ourselves. We heard the news about Pakistan objecting to play in Dharamshala to we went to the border so that we can reach the venue quickly and Wagah was the closest border. Also this way we could have a two match T-20 series between India and Sri Lanka in between the World Cup”
As per our sources, the Ministry of External Affairs thinks this development could strain the rather strong ties that exist between India and Sri Lanka currently. Even after several attempts to reach them, the Sri Lankan government remained unavailable for comment.