Case against India falls heavily on PCB pocket

Case against India falls heavily on PCB pocket


GM Legal and current CEO Salman Nasser give $ 16 million to BCCI


The case against India fell heavily on the pockets of the PCB, and after giving $ 16 million to the BCCI, a new disclosure has now been made.
Pakistan had to pay nearly $ 16 million to India after losing the case to the ICC's Dispute Resolution Committee. In an interview last year, chairman Ehsan Mani revealed a total loss of about $ 22 million, including lawyer's fees and travel. Expenses were also included.
According to the document available by the correspondent "Express", as GM Legal Affairs Salman Nasser has thrown Rs 71 lakh 19 thousand 73 on 10 tours for this case, he has traveled to the UK seven times and made three trips to Dubai, from 12 to 15 August 2017. He stayed in the UK to meet with a lawyer and spent Rs. 83,268, from September 19-24, he went to the UK again to meet with lawyers. On this tour, he spent Rs. Done.
Meeting with lawyers in Dubai on March 13 and 14, 2018 cost Rs 31 lakh 77 thousand 133, visiting UK from 9 to 12 April 2018 spent Rs 3 lakh 66 thousand 765, spending 3 lakh 69 thousand 753 on Dubai tour from 25 to 30 April, from 7 to 11 May. On the visit to the UK, only Rs 3 lakh 66 thousand 96 was spent; another British tour between July 7 and 12 spent Rs. 644 590. From 9 to 12 September 2018, the UK spent Rs 6 lakh 385, from 23 September to 3 October 2018. In Dubai, a meeting regarding Indian case was spent on Rs 6,64,994.
Taking over as Chief Operating Officer, Salman Naseer made a total of 20 foreign visits from August 2017 to February 2019, at a cost of Rs. 99,74,269.
Remember that the PCB sued the Indian Board for $ 70 million in 2018, the basis of the case was a memorandum of understanding under which both countries had to play six bilateral series from 2015 to 2023, but the BCCI asked the government. The ICC committee, recognizing the stance, also asked Pakistan to pay $ 16 million in damages and expenditures to India.

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