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PCB decided litigation against Indian cricket board


LAHORE (APS) December 30, 2016– Sources have confirmed that Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has decided to take Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to court.

PCB Chairman Shahryar Khan has revealed that despite the signing of Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in 2014, Board of Control for Cricket in India is not playing a bilateral series with Pakistan.

He let it be known that by doing so, BCCI has clearly violated the Memorandum of Understanding and that is why, we have decided to take the matter into court.

Shahryar Khan also announced to take up the matter with International Cricket Board (ICC).

While talking about Pakistan Super League (PSL), Shahryar Khan revealed that discussions with Punjab Government regards to security situations are in progress.

He announced once again that the final of PSL will be played in Lahore.

PCB chairman let it be known that the cricket teams of UAE and Nepal will also be touring Pakistan soon.

While commenting on Pakistan’s defeat at Melbourne, Shahryar Khan expressed that our team will try to come back in Sydney Test.

PCB Chairman also professed that the performance of Women Team is not good.

Shahryar Khan also revealed that both Basit Ali and Mahmood Hamid have been summoned as the latter complained against Basit Ali. • Free Website Templates - Downlaod Full Themes