The International Cricket Council (ICC) Dispute Panel on Tuesday dismisses Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) claim valued $70 million against Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) for not following Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed in 2014 for bilateral series partnership.
The ICC media release said that “On behalf of the dispute panel formed under the terms of Reference of the ICC Disputes Resolution Committee (DRC), the International Cricket Council has announced the outcome of the recent DRC proceedings between the BCCI and the PCB”.
The statement added, “Following a three-day hearing and having considered detailed oral and written submissions, the dispute panel has dismissed the PSB’s claim against the BCCI. The judgment, which can be found here is full, is binding and non-appealable”.
The newly appointed chairman of Ehsan Mani said that both the country’s cricket board have to accept ICC decision but if he would be in decision-making condition, then he will try to resolve the matter through negotiations.
He said, “Yes, the case is in ICC and both the countries have to accept its decision. Unfortunately, it has never happened in the history of the ICC that the two cricket boards are fighting a case against each other. Had I been at the helm at the time of filing the case, I would have preferred to resolve the matter through negotiations”.