The Managing Director of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Wasim Khan on Wednesday confirmed that the board has paid the compensation of approximately $1.6 million to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) after losing the case against them in the International Cricket Council.
Earlier, the BCCI filed a compensation case of $2 million against the PCB in ICC’s Dispute Resolutions Committee as according to them they suffered financially during the case.
It is pertinent to mention here that the PCB filed the $70 million compensation case against BCCI claiming that a huge loss cost to them as India refused to play the six bilateral series according to the Memorandum of Understand (MoU) out of which four were to be hosted by Pakistan.
Talking about domestic cricket, PCB’s MD said that the current domestic structure is not benefitting the board hence they are keenly looking forward to restructuring it. “We are in talks with our stakeholders and soon will meet some solutions to take domestic cricket on high,” he said.
Wasim said that they haven’t decided anything about the employes of regions but they are trying to adjust them in the domestic structure. “We will introduce some policies to make regions capable of paying salaries to their employes,” he said.