PCB sends discover of dispute towards BCCI, calls for $70 million in losses


By: Express Web Desk |
Revealed: November 30, 2017 10:17 pm

PCB has sent a notice against BCCI The slated India-Pakistan collection by no means took off on account of souring relations between the 2 international locations. (Supply: AP)

The Pakistan Cricket Board has formally despatched a discover of dispute to the Worldwide Cricket Council in relation to their demand for a tour of India or a compensation from the Board of Management of Cricket in India. In keeping with ESPNCricinfo, the PCB is claiming losses of $70 million from the failure of the BCCI to play two slated collection in November 2014 and December 2015. The 2 collection have been the results of agreements that the 2 boards are reported to have signed in April 2014.

“The ICC has received a Notice of Dispute from the PCB’s lawyers, which will be forwarded to the Chairman of the Dispute Resolutions Committee next week,” an ICC spokesman is quoted as saying by ESPNCricinfo. The 2 boards have met quite a few instances to resolve the problem and sending a discover of dispute to the ICC is seen as a final resort for cricket boards. The unique settlement between the 2 boards – the bottom that the PCB is utilizing for his or her argument – entailed that Pakistan and India would play six collection within the interval between December 2016 and December 2022.

However the collection have by no means taken off owing to the souring of worldwide relations between the 2 international locations. The Indian authorities made it clear that India wouldn’t interact with Pakistan in any bilateral sports activities competitors and the 2 groups have been going through one another in tournaments. In cricket, most just lately Pakistan and India confronted off most just lately within the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 within the group stage and the ultimate.

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