Lahore (Staff Report): Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Shahryar Khan has announced that the board will send a legal notice to Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) for refusing playing series with Pakistan.
Addressing a press conference here on Thursday, PCB chairman said that India had refused to play a series in Pakistan in 2014, which cost the PCB around a million dollars.
"First we will send a legal notice to Indian cricket board. Then we will dispute the case in the International Cricket Council," the PCB chairman said and added that if the issue is not resolved at ICC the PCB will pursue the case in the court.
In 2014, both boards had signed an agreement to play a total of six series, four of whom were supposed to be hosted by Pakistan.
According to the deal the first series of was scheduled to be hosted by Pakistan in UAE in 2015 but no series has taken place yet due to the political tension between the two countries.