On the other side of the scenario, PCB has threatened BCCI for the similar reason. The Press Trust of India (PTI) said that PCB has already decided to send a legal notice to the Indian cricket authority.
A PCB officer confirmed that they are going to send this notice on next week. According to PCB, Pakistan had to face huge financial losses for India cancelling the bilateral series against Pakistan.
They are thinking of the case against the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) seeking compensation for loses.
PCB executive committee chairman Najam Sethi said, “We will file a case against BCCI for not playing a bilateral series in accordance with the agreement signed in 2014.”
According to the agreement, between 2015 and 2023, there would be six bilateral series to be occurred between these two countries.
After India violated the agreement and cancelled the bilateral tour, Pakistan faced huge pecuniary losses estimating around 200 million $.
In 2007, there was a complete series between India and Pakistan for the last time. Since then any series between the arch rivals did not come to light eventually.
Nazmul Islam Sharkar