PCB serves legal notice to India

PCB serves legal notice to India | pakistantribe.com

LAHORE – Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has on Wednesday served a legal notice to Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) for claiming damages for the cancellation of a proposed home series between the two nations.

PCB issued a statement today claimed that the notice was sent after BCCI’s refusal to honour their contractual agreement.

 “The PCB has today sent to BCCI a Notice of Dispute under the Dispute Resolution Committee Terms of Reference of the ICC (ICC TORs) for breaching the agreement executed between PCB and BCCI in respect of the Future Tour Programme for the period 2015-2023,” the statement read.

BCCI and PCB, before the now-defunct Big Three took over the International Cricket Council, had agreed to play six bilateral series with each other, four of which were supposed to be hosted by Pakistan between 2015 and 2023.“PCB has claimed losses and damage suffered as a result of BCCI’s breach of the agreement.”

“PCB has claimed losses and damage suffered as a result of BCCI’s breach of the agreement.”

PCB chairman Shaharyar Khan had earlier told the media on several occasions that the board was considering sending a legal notice to the BCCI.

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