The International Cricket Council on Tuesday(Nov 20) dismissed a compensation claim by Pakistan following India’s refusal to play bilateral series against Pakistan.
“The Dispute Panel formed under the Terms of Reference of the ICC Disputes Resolutions Committee (DRC), the International Cricket Council has announced the outcome of the recent DRC proceedings between the BCCI and the PCB,” said a press release by the governing body.
“Following a three-day hearing and having considered detailed oral and written submissions, the Dispute Panel has dismissed the PCB’s claim against the BCCI. The judgement, which can be found here in full, is binding and non-appealable,” the ICC added.
In the response the ICC ex’s decision of dismissal of case against BBCI, Pakistan Cricket Board expressed disappointment and said that “In relation to the proceedings brought by PCB against BCCI, the PCB notes with regret the decision of the Disputes Panel of the ICC’s Dispute Resolution Committee,” PCB said in a press release.
“In 2017, PCB had claimed that BCCI had breached an agreement that it had signed with PCB on 9th April 2014 and had referred the matter to ICC’s Dispute Panel. Following a lengthy disputes resolution process, the announcement of the decision today has come as a disappointment for PCB. “PCB will determine its future course of action in this regard after detailed deliberations and consultations with its stakeholders,” the board added.
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17 November, 2019