Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman Shaharyar Khan on Thursday said that PCB will seek after lawful activity against the Board of Control of Cricket in India (BCCI) for more than once declining to play a two-sided arrangement between the two nations.
While tending to a public interview in Lahore, Khan reviewed that the PCB and Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) had marked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in 2014, under which the two nations should play six arrangement in eight years.
“Two of those six [series] have effectively failed to work out; it doesn’t resemble the third one will happen it is possible that,” he said.
“Consequently, we are left with no alternative yet to seek after legitimate activity against India,” the PCB director included.
Khan reviewed that India’s refusal to play the arrangement in Pakistan in 2014 had taken a toll the PCB around a million dollars.
“We’ll reveal to them that they (India) constrained us into making this stride. We need them to remunerate us for every one of our misfortunes,” the PCB administrator included.
Clarifying the procedure, Khan said PCB will first send a legitimate notice to the Indian cricket board and after that bring a debate up in the International Cricket Council.
On the off chance that the issue is not settled at ICC, Khan said PCB will seek after the case in court.
“Our case is strong,” the cricket load up administrator stated, adding he has motivation to trust India does not have any desire to play with Pakistan at any point in the near future.
Khan said that refering to the political crack between the two neighboring nations is not reason enough to refuse to play, including that Pakistan and India have played cricket in spite of strains between the two.
“It isn’t important to [cancel] cricket on account of a predominant political circumstance. Notwithstanding, taking a gander at the mentality of [Indian Prime Minister] Modi, it appears to be impossible that India needs to play [with Pakistan],” he said.
Cricketing ties amongst India and Pakistan are presently slowed down, given the political pressures between the two nations.
The men’s groups have not played a respective arrangement against each other since December-January 2012-13, when Pakistan went by India, however have met in different multi-group competitions from that point forward, including the World Cup, World T20, Champions Trophy and Asia Cup.
Then, while talking about the matter of one year from now’s Pakistan Super League Khan trusted that the PCB will have the capacity to sort out a portion of the matches in Pakistan and said that the foundation for that has as of now started.