Karachi: The Pakistan Cricket Board is waiting for the annual executive board meeting of the International Cricket Council (ICC) to take place in June before it expects the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to announce the details of the MOU signed between the two boards for a seven-year period.
The PCB and its chairman, Najam Sethi have come under fire from various quarters, including former captain Javed Miandad, who have raised doubts over the authenticity of the MOU the PCB claims to have signed with the BCCI for six bilateral series. (Read: India, Pakistan Plan to Play Six Cricket Series Between 2015-2023)
"The MOU has been signed and the secretary of the Indian board, Sanjay Patel signed the document on behalf of the BCCI. But they will release details of the MOU after the ICC annual body meeting in June," a senior official of the board told PTI.