Ehsan Mani, President of Pakistan Cricket Board, gave the information
Pakistan had lost the case in the ICC Dispute Resolution Committee
Claimed to get $ 7 million compensation from India in the lawsuit
Karachi Ehsan Mani, chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), has said that he has given the BCCI $ 1.6 million (about Rs 11 crore) as compensation to the BCCI after losing the case in the ICC Dispute Resolution Committee. Money said, "We spent about $ 2.2 million on compensation, which we lost."
He said, "In addition to the amount paid to India in this case, the expenses related to the legal fees and travel were related." The PCB last year claimed compensation of about $ 70 million in front of the ICC Dispute Resolution Committee against the BCCI The case was filed.
India had to play 6 bilateral series from Pakistan
PCB had filed a case against the BCCI for not honoring the Memorandum of Understanding between the two boards. According to this agreement, from 2015 to 2023, India had to play 6 bilateral series against Pakistan, which BCCI did not accept.
BCCI said – MOU and proposal both different things
The Board of Control for Cricket in India had argued that they are not playing because of Pakistan because the government has not given its permission. India also rejected Pakistan's claim in which he termed the MOU as legally binding. The BCCI has said that it was merely a proposal.