DUBAI - The International Cricket Council’s (ICC) Disputes Resolutions Committee (DRC) on Wednesday has asked Pakistan to pay $1.2 million (approx. Rs 17 crore) fine to Indian BCCI .
ICC has determined that the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) will play 60 percent of the expenses to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI).
The BCCI filed a compensation case of $2 million against the PCB citing financial loss during the case which the Pakistani board filed against them for not playing a bilateral series according to the Memorandum of Understand (MoU).
Pakistan lost the compensation case of $70 million and now they will pay $1.2 million to the BCCI as per announced by the world’s cricket governing body.