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PCB sends legal notice towards BCCI

PCB sends legal notice towards BCCI
PCB sends legal notice towards BCCI

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and Board of Cricket Control in India (BCCI) signed a mutual contract (MOU) between both cricket playing nations. In which both of them agreed to play atleast six bilateral cricket series during 2015 to year 2023. [বাংলায় পড়ুনঃ ভারতকে আইনি নোটিশ পাঠালো পাকিস্তান]

But the contract was never executed as India were scheduled to tour Pakistan during December 2015, but it did not happened in the end. The recent political ups and downs between both the rival countries hints of very less possibility of any series in the upcoming days.

When this is the situation, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has sent a legal notice to the Board of Cricket Control in India (BCCI). It is learned from a source of PCB that they have demanded a compensation of 6 Crore and 70 Lacs dollars from BCCI as they denied to tour Pakistan.

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India will have to answer the legal notice within seven days according to the dispute resolution committee of International Cricket Council (ICC). If the reply seems to be positive they will arrange a meeting both boards and try to find out a peaceful solution. And if they fail to do so then it will have go towards trial.

The sources have also confirmed that Pakistan would not tour India according to the future tour programs (ftp) of International Cricket Council (ICC). It is because according to their contract it is Pakistan who will host the first series of the sequence. In which there were two tests and five one days to be played. They also agreed to organize the series in a neutral venue but Board of Cricket Control in India (BCCI) did not showed interest too proposal as well.

  • Maksudul HAQUE, Correspondent, bdcrictime


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