Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) showed its clear inclination to pursue their legal case against Board of Control for Cricket India (BCCI ) by claiming hefty compensation of 450 crores after not complying with MOU signed by both to play six bilateral series from 2014 till 2023. PCB has the sent the legal notification to BCCI as they suffered a huge loss when Indian counterparts failed to full their obligations of playing a full-fledge series on two occasions i.e. November 2014 and December 2015. BCCI will issue their response on the legal notice send to them by PCB with this week.
The MOU were signed by both the cricketing boards that included Pakistan’s full support to the Big Three Financial Model in the International Cricket Council. BCCI did not full any of the given terms as they turned down offers for bilateral series on various occasions citing tensions between respective governments. Pakistan did told BCCI official in the recent ICC meeting of their plans to send a legal notice to the board for failing to full their given obligations leading to demand for compensation of losses incurred by the PCB during the given period.
Pakistan Cricket Board do have a strong case against BCCI of failing to fulfill the given obligations given in the MOU.