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BCCI claims to remind India govt. to resume bilateral cricket with Pakistan

BCCI wants 'Big Three' model working till JuneThe Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has claimed that around fifteen days back, they had reminded Indian Government about resuming bilateral cricket issues with arch rival Pakistan.

Acting BCCI Secretary Amitabh Chowdhury as quoted by Press Trust of India, said, “There is nothing new in the situation. We had written to the government to play with Pakistan three months ago. We issued them a reminder about fifteen days ago. We are yet to get a reply. Only the government can decide whether we can play Pakistan or not.”

PTI quoted another source saying, “The consensus is that before the matter is sent to the disputes resolution committee the two boards should hold talks and try to work out a solution. Two round of talks will be held and if they don’t succeed then the matter will go to the committee.”

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Pakistan Cricket Board has already issued a notice to BCCI asking a compensation worth USD 69.4 million for not implementing MOU signed in 2014.

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