Fake World Cup Trophy given to Indian Team?

Update: This news has been clarified by ICC. Check - complaintsboard.com

 This was the most ridiculous news I came across recently. Rumors spread like a wildfire among media that a Fake replica of the World Cup was handed over by the ICC to Indian Team. And the reason is even more funny - The original World Cup was held by customs of Mumbai for which ICC have to pay a tax of Rs.22 Lakhs.
  What sprouts these rumors are certain facts such as the World Cup give to the team did not have the ICC logo or did not have the engravings of the 14 World champions so far. No one knows if there erroneous claims are true, but ICC has responded to this.
  Yes this is a story spreading over media, you can find the results here - Fake World Cup handed to Indian team. In the meantime ICC has responded to this news as well. Here is what they had to say -
 "Contrary to some erroneous and mischievous media reports, the ICC can confirm that the trophy presented to India at Wankhede Stadium on Saturday was the original ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 trophy and the one that was always intended to be presented to the winner of the event,"
 ICC also answered to the queries regarding the Cup in hands of Mumbai customs -
 "The trophy seized by Mumbai customs is the promotional, perpetual trophy which remains in the keeping of ICC at its headquarters in Dubai. It carries the generic ICC corporate logo rather than the logo specific to the 2011 event. That trophy will be reclaimed on Monday and will travel back to Dubai with ICC staff as was always intended"
 You can read more on this here timesofindia.com.

So, instead of making all this fuss, does it really matter? The World Cup 2011 owns to India no matter what. Please comment below!

Updates : ICC has given a complete explanation to the situation in response to the complaint given by Naresh Kadyan.  Thanks to Mr. Naresh Kadyan for commenting on this post. 
Read it here - complaintsboard.com