It’s official: Taliban “hurt” by Indian Premier League snub

Taliban, Pakistan’s government owned terror outfit has hit out against India for “humiliating” Pakistan and causing agony to millions of citizens who wanted to see their country getting a few more morsels of international aid to promote international terror.

Speaking on the sidelines of a Pakistan army-Taliban meet, Taliban spokesperson Mullah Gomar said “After all the years we spent in dispatching the best of our trained militants into India and pumping millions of dollars of US aid money into promoting terror there, this is how India has repaid us. We were not after the money. It is just that a few more dollars would have helped us groom more lunatics to create mayhem around the world and India has clearly let us down on this front,” he said.  

He also said that the Taliban was always in favor of increasing the number of terrorists onsite in India and that the premier terrorist group was planning to invest more in training India bound Paki terror ambassadors. “This humiliation has come at a time when we were planning to expand the scope of our terror investments in India and this could delay or even scuttle the whole project,” he said. Taliban’s board of directors will be meeting in Karachi on January 27 at an Extra Ordinary General Meeting and sources say that India will be the first topic on the agenda, followed by analyses of the quarterly performance of the terror outfit. 

Taliban board member and one of India’s most wanted terrorists Dawood Ibrahim has also asked IPL franchises to reconsider their decision on Pak players. “If they don’t accept our cricketers, how will they accept our terrorists? This is a shocking decision and I am clearly in favor of more people-to-people contact so that more of our terrorists can sneak in and hit strategic Indian assets,” Dawood said.  Dawood will be attending the EGM, along with nominees of ISI, Pak army and Lashkar, Jaish and Al Qaeeda, all of whom are major shareholders of Taliban.


Anonymous said…
Atul said…
Ha ha. Love it.
Prayukth said…
@ Atul..thanks buddy :D

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