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“Honour Over Money,” PCB Ready to Bear Loss of $3Million in Case of Asia Cup Boycott

PCB has announced that it is willing to bear the loss of $3 million in case of a boycott of the upcoming Asia Cup tournament, citing its commitment to the principle of “honour over money.

The announcement comes after reports emerged that some participating teams, including India and Sri Lanka, were considering boycotting the tournament, which is scheduled in Pakistan later this year.

The groups have cited security concerns as the reason for their potential boycott. In response, the PCB has stated that it is fully committed to ensuring the safety and security of all players and officials involved in the tournament.

However, it has also clarified that it will not compromise its principles, including its commitment to hosting international cricket tournaments in Pakistan.

The PCB has stated that it will bear the financial loss of $3 million if any participating teams boycott the tournament. This move is seen as a bold statement by the board, which has been working hard to promote international cricket in Pakistan.

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