The International Cricket Council has formed a three-member dispute resolution panel to hear Pakistan's compensation claim against arch-rival India for refusing to play a bilateral series.
Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has initiated a dispute resolution process against the Board for Control of Cricket in India (BCCI) under International Cricket Council (ICC) Dispute Resolution Committee Terms of Reference.
The PCB is claiming up to $70 million for missed series in 2014 and 2015 from BCCI after the country failed to attend two series as part of a memorandum of understanding (MoU) signed between the two boards.
The International Cricket Council on Tuesday (April 10) appointed a three-member panel to hear the dispute between BCCI and PCB.
It was also decided that the hearing will take place between October 1 and 3 in Dubai later this year.
The PCB is seeking US$70 million (Dh257m) in compensation. "With India refusing to play us in a bilateral series, we have lost millions in revenues", PCB Chairman Shaharyar Khan had said earlier when the board had sent BCCI a notice claiming United States dollars 69 million in compensation.
India-Pakistan ties, including sports and cultural contacts, plummeted after the 2008 militant attacks in Mumbai, which New Delhi blamed on Pakistani militant groups. India and Pakistan last played a bilateral series in 2013 in India and have only met in ICC tournaments since then.
However, they have continued to play each other in multinational events like the World Cup.
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