‘Owing to the recent development of affairs near the coast of Sri Lanka, labelled by the media as Indian Houdini Incident, Her Majesty’s Government is to send new troops and equipment to India.’
London —Since two aircraft carriers of the Royal Navy carrying advanced military technology and crews totalling in three hundred recruits went missing on Tuesday, our capital’s parliament house has been on full lockdown ordered by Prime Minister Nelson, until yesterday when Minister of Foreign Affairs, Adam Bishop, stepped outside with the aforementioned statement.
Bishop also stated that there is still no further news of the disappearances, and that the diplomats of the Byzantine Empire have once again denied having any knowledge about these incidents. The two other major parties of the Royal Nations, France and Germania, have accepted this act of moving forwards with militarizing new frontiers in the Indian Ocean.
The details of the new regiments are still hushed upon and Prime Minister Nelson has been keeping out of the spotlights lately, but the recruitment offices are actively searching for new recruits. Analysts have already declared that now after nine months of calm the gears of war could once again be shifting in this over five years long confrontation.