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Shahayar Khan who is the chief of the PCB has said that BCCI has broken up a bilateral tie which has costed millions of dollars of money and for the loss they suffered and will file a suit against BCCI
And as this case has come into limelight today but the thing happened up in 2007 which was then rendered by Pakistan but as of now they have come up to a decision to file a case against them
“Our legal preparations are complete but first we will take up the issue of the scheduled series with India in November-December this year at the ICC meeting next month,” Khan told PTI on Friday (March 24). “We want to first talk with the new representatives of Indian cricket board in the ICC meeting and ask them about the status of the scheduled series under the MOU signed between both boards in 2014.”
As per the Memorandum of understanding India will be playing against Pakistan this year during November-December but in the past BCCI has already violated the laws of Memorandum of Understanding with Pakistan
“We have lost at least two home series against India and that calculates to millions of dollars in revenues for us,” he added. “We have not ruled out legal processes to be compensated for our huge losses caused by the refusal of India to play us.”
Pakistan have made attempts to bring international cricket back to their country. Recently, they hosted the final of the Pakistan Super League in Lahore and are now urging the Bangladesh Cricket Board to send their team for a series in Pakistan. Earlier in the year, the Giles Clark-led ICC’s Pakistan Task Force believed bringing cricket back to Pakistan will send across a strong message to the extreme elements in the society.
However, Khan believes the Federation of International Cricketer’s Association is working against the interest of the PCB by urging players to not tour the country. “The fact is that FICA has advised cricket boards and players not to tour Pakistan at this time because of security fears. They even advised the West Indies board from playing a few games in Lahore.
“We are now trying to talk to them, their security experts and get them to come and see for themselves the security arrangements we are capable of providing to teams,” he concluded.