The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has taken a decision to sue Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) for all the damages related to the compensation case in the India-Pakistan series.
According to Mumbai mirror reports, BBCI wrote letter to the Dispute Resolution Committee (DRC) seeking legal expenses of the compensation case.
The report claims that India has asked for about 15 crore Indian Rupee (which is Pakistani RS 300 million) from Pakistan Cricket Board as a compensation.
PCB lost its legal battle against the BCCI in the DRC that was established by International Cricket Council (ICC). The compensation amount is worth $70 million USD for not respecting the alleged Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).
According to the memorandum which was signed at that time of the formation of “Big Three”, both rivals have to play six bilateral series between 2015-2023 and four of which will be hosted by Pakistan.
Since then no single series is played between the two countries and BCCI claimed that they’ve not got clearance from the federal government and as a result of this PCB filed compensation case.