Pakistan Cricket Board has paid the BCCI roughly USD 1.6 million as compensation after shedding the case within the ICC’s Dispute Decision Committee.PCB Chairman Ehsan Mani claimed, “We incurred prices of round USD 2.2 million on the compensation case which we misplaced.”The Indian Cricket Board, nevertheless, maintained that the dialogue with PCB was a proposal and by no means a legally binding MoU. Finally, the BCCI’s assertion was accepted by the ICC’s dispute decision committee.“The ICC committee did settle for that Pakistan had a case and that’s the reason the damages/price we needed to pay to the Indian board was round USD 1.6 million,” Mani stated. He insisted that apart from the quantity paid to India to cowl the prices of the case the opposite bills have been associated to authorized charges and journey.PCB had sought an enormous quantity from BCCI for not honouring an MoU signed between the 2 boards. In keeping with the MoU, India and Pakistan have been presupposed to play six bilateral collection between 2015 and 2023, which the BCCI did not honour.

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