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BCCI buys Greece, to conduct India's first "fugitive" IPL in Athens next year

11, Jul 2015 By Beer & Biryani

Mumbai. In what is being considered as “just another purchase”, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has reportedly bought the European country of Greece yesterday after a negotiation between the Godfather of Indian Cricket and ex BCCI President, N. Srinivasan and former Greek president, Prokopis Pavlopoulos.

Following the purchase, Srini was unanimously declared the President of Greece. This was followed by another sensational announcement that Guru Meiyappan will soon take oath as the first handpicked, non-democratic prime minister of Greece.

“Srini after the purchase of Greece.”

Speaking to Faking News reporters, cricket supremo Srini said, “I always dreamt of having a world-famous mythological place as cricket venue so that even I could become part of second language (English) textbooks in India. Why only Achilles, Ulyssess and Hercules? Why not Narayanaswami Srinivasan? If you ask the right questions and make efforts in the right direction, you ‘will’ get your answers and the world will be at your crease.”

Our reliable resources say Kejriwal has joined hands with Srini to get his signature on an MoU between Greek and Delhi governments, according to which, Greek referendum results could be applied to Delhi’s statehood question.

There is also a buzz in lavish circles that Rajeev Shukla will be the minister of omnipresence while Chennai Super Kings will henceforth be the National Cricket Team of Greece. The fact that Greece led by Srini will conduct its first ever “fugitive” IPL in 2016 has created a buzz on social media and is trending worldwide with the hashtag #FugitiveIPL.

Experts believe IPL being conducted in Greece will be an event totally uncalled for, as it is “unauthorized” and breaches India’s sovereignty and patent on the popular league. Hence, fugitive.

Meanwhile, Lalit Modi has reportedly deleted his Twitter account as he was scared Srini might buy Twitter as well and shifted to Facebook for further revelations.