Pakistan has compensated about $ 1.6 million in compensation to the Indian Cricket Board (BCCI) in a case filed by the International Cricket Council (ICC) Controversy Committee. PCB president Ehsan Mani confirmed the compensation on Monday. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has reported that the Pakistan Cricket Board has been forced to pay Indian money for the purpose of legal advice and other costs according to the ICC rules.
The reason for the PCB's case is that India does not play in the bilateral series with Pakistan. According to a Memorandum of Understanding between the two countries, between 2015 and 2023, six bilateral series were scheduled to be played. But according to a Memorandum of Understanding, the PCB filed a lawsuit against the International Cricket Council's arbitration committee last year seeking financial compensation of $ 70 million for India.
The PCB has been defeated in the case after rejecting the argument for almost a year. The Indian board claimed that oral talks were discussed in the bilateral series, but no compromise memorandum was signed. However, in the case of legal action, legal fees, lawyer fees, travel and other expenses, big money is spent. According to the ICC's directive, the Pakistan Cricket Board has to pay the amount as compensation.
PCB President Ehsan Mani said, "The ICC committee took our case during the tenure. We could not win here. But we have to pay the cost of India. '