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Humor: BCCI gifts 'Soan Papdi' to PCB on Diwali as compensation for refusal to play Indo-Pak bilater

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    Humor: BCCI gifts 'Soan Papdi' to PCB on Diwali as compensation for refusal to play Indo-Pak bilateral series
    New Delhi: With the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) demanding a lumpsum amount of USD 70 million from the Board of Cricket for India (BCCI) as compensation for refusal to organize bilateral series between India and Pakistan, the Indian board finally decided to give their counterparts what they deserve.

    Senior BCCI officials had a thorough conversation with skipper Virat Kohli about his views on how the compensation should be sent across the border.

    While Kohli had asked for some time to give his suggestion, a message was sent to PCB chairman Najam Sethi that his board will get the long awaited compensation from BCCI on the occasion of Diwali.

    The news brought a state of euphoria in Pakistan with the board members, players and people associated with the sport, celebrating their off-field victory over Indian counterparts, congratulating each other that their 'so called' persistent pressure even made the richest cricket board in the world bow down.

    But little did they know what was about to happen.

    Kohli, who holds cordial relationship with most Pakistani cricketers, had a quick chat with few senior members of the team before zeroing in on ‘Soan Papdi’, India’s favourite sweet which they love passing on to one other especially during Diwali.


    Being the richest board in world cricket, BCCI decided to gift not one or two, but 70 packets of soan papdi to PCB. This heart-touching gesture to an extent might make up for the loss that PCB has incurred due to India’s stance on cricket with Pakistan.

    Not only that, the BCCI has also decided to gift a DVD of Virender Sehwag's 309-run knock to each member of the Pakistani team.

    As per some reports in Pakistani media, beginning from today, October 19 will be observed as 'Never ask BCCI for any compensation' Day across Pakistan.

    DISCLAIMER: The story is only a compilation of humour being shared by netizens around the world. Times Now neither condones nor endorses any of such views shared in this article here. The subject matter is purely intended for fun.
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