Tuesday, April 18, 2017

British government tricks India- to rename Mallya as "Kohinoor" before returning him

After arresting Vijay Mallya on India's request, the British government has now decided to rename Vijay Mallya as "Kohinoor" as it feels that he is a diamond for India. The decision came after a cabinet meeting held in London, where the ministers realized that India wanted Mallya as much as the Kohinoor.

"We thought of returning the Kohinoor to India last week. But the Indian government had been requesting Mallya's extradition to India and we thought of 'ek teer se do nishaane'", said Theresa May, the Prime Minister of Britain after the cabinet meeting.

The Kohinoor diamond had been taken away by the Britishers during their imperial rule in India. Subsequent government's have requested Britain to return the diamond but all requests have been willfully ignored. "India has produced two wonderful diamonds. One has a value in millions which we stole from India, the other has stolen millions and has been sent by India. We see both of them as diamonds worth millions and therefore India should be happy that Vijay Kohinoor Mallya is finally returning to India.", Theresa added in her press statement.

Meanwhile, Vijay Mallya has asked the British government for a loan so that he can take bail and avoid going to jail. The British government has reportedly told Mallya that if the loan is not repaid, he will have to give "teen guna lagaan" along with selling Virat Kohli to the England cricket team from Royal Challengers Bangalore.

The Indian government has released a statement saying that India is more than happy to get a 2 in 1 package from Britain in the form of Vijay Kohinoor Mallya.