Former PCB chairman Najam Sethi presented his arguments on the first day of hearing of a legal war between Pakistan and India cricket boards … Pakistan’s three-day appeal filed in ICC deputies committee begins in Dubai Pakistan Cricket Board’s chairman, Najam Sethi, was presented as a witness to the first day in the ICC committee, which was set up for legal war on India cricket series, while India’s board headed by Ratna Kar Shetty Joined.
According to sources, on the occasion of the first day hearing, Najam Sethi, former chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board, told the details of the Pak-India deal. The committee’s hearing on Tuesday morning was 9:00 am. India has been postponed for the second day, India will be held second day. Pakistan and India will have to play 7 two Test series series from 2015 to 2023, but India has not signed a deal with the agreement. The two-day series could not be played. Pakistan Cricket Board claims every go against BCCI if there is no side series