ISLAMABAD - The Pakistan Cricket Board has paid the BCCI approximately USD 1.6 million as compensation after losing the case in the ICC's Dispute Resolution Committee, PCB Chairman Ehsan Mani claimed on Monday.
"We incurred costs of around USD 2.2 million on the compensation case which we lost," Mani said.
He insisted that besides the amount paid to India to cover the costs of the case the other expenses were related to legal fees and travelling.
PCB had sought a huge amount from BCCI for not honouring a MoU signed between the two boards. According to the MoU, India and Pakistan were supposed to play six bilateral series between 2015 and 2023, which the BCCI failed to honour.
The deal was made in the era of former PCB Chairman Najam Sethi.
The Indian cricket board said they were unable to play against Pakistan as the Indian government did not give them permission. India also dismissed the Pakistan board's claims as legally binding.