Match fixing scam: Pakistan wants more evidence

Continuing with its trademark belligerence, Pakistan today asked the Scotland Yard to provide more evidence to it in the match fixing scam. This was communicated to Scotland Yard by Pakistani interior minister Rehman Malik in an email sent on Tuesday. In that email Malik has stated that the evidence presented so far was “absolutely sketchy” and Pakistan wanted to make sure that its players were certified match fixers before it acts against them.

“We need more evidence. Be it 26-11 or our role in promoting international terrorism, we need everyone to provide us at least one train-load of evidence before we start acting at least in a sluggish manner. Eitherway, once our courts are seized of the matter the players will go scot free even before we reject the next tranche of aid offered by India. We have already asked the tainted players to get the same loud mouth lawyer who had successfully defended Zaki ur Rehman Lakhvi in the 26-11 case,” Malik told News of the Blurred in an exclusive interview.       

Flaunting his characteristic nonchalance, Malik said that he had asked the Scotland Yard to submit 3 dossiers running into 9000 pages each. “These dossiers will be sitting right up there with the 26-11 dossiers submitted by India in our national dossier museum. I simply love the way in which the 26-11 dossiers have captured the role of Pakistani state agencies in attacking India. I had myself taken a copy of the dossier to show my kids how we foster terrorism in our neighborhood. They have to learn you see, Malik said.  

Comments

Great humor.
Pakistan can defend all the terrorism with ease.
Why doesn't India learn something from it.
Indian players face a ban for even chewing gums on the contrary.
Prayukth j said…
Completely agree...

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