PCB served legal notice for unpaid dues

Umar Farooq May 01, 2010

LAHORE: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) was served a legal notice by Micro Electronics Technology (MET) Incorporation for not clearing their dues since September 2008 for the board’s official website which the company Is maintaining.

“We were consistently in touch with the board for our pending dues, but the board has been putting us off for over two years,” an MET official told The Express Tribune. “Therefore we decided to send them the legal notice and if they won’t respond this time we are all set to go to court.” The PCB and MET have been working together since 1996 but officially signed a deal in 2004 and the MET has now claimed that the PCB is yet to pay Rs 3.8 million for the last 19 months (Rs 0.2million per month).

“We haven’t received any legal notice yet but they are always welcome to send it,” a PCB spokesperson said. “The contract ended in September 2008 and we never renewed the contract after that so there’s no question of paying anything.”


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