India must compensate Pakistan if dones’t want to play, says Najam Sethi

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Executive Committee Chairman Najam Sethi on Tuesday revealed that Pakistan had demanded monetary compensation from Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and International Cricket Council (ICC) for damages after India’s refusal to play the scheduled series.

“We have mentioned it clearly to BCCI and ICC in recent meeting that either India should play cricket with Pakistan or compensate us for damages,” said Najam Sethi while talking to media after meeting of PCB Governing Board.

Sethi further revealed that PCB Governing Board gave approval to make Pakistan Super League (PSL) a private limited company.

“PSL will be a part of PCB and will be a partner in profit,” said Najam Sethi.

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