T-Twenty World Cup in 2016 in India The ICC has given ultimatum to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to pay approximately $ 23 million for this year’s tax, and about 160 crore rupees in Indian currency. It has been asked to pay the money within the next 10 days.
Like all other ICC events in the ICC, it was also propaganda of the T20 World Cup held in India two years ago, according to Star TV. During the meeting, the BCCI promised that if the Indian Central and State Government concerned did not waive the money in the tax payment, then the board would pay the compensation to the ICC. According to the decision, the BCCI failed to waive the tax by the government, but according to the decision, the money was deducted for the payment of proxy money to the ICC, StarTV. As a result, the ICC has to count the full amount of money.
The ICC had formally informed the BCCI in a meeting held in Singapore last October in the meeting. But the BCCI has been told not to receive a letter from the ICC in due time. The ICC warned that the money will be deducted from the revenues of this year’s BCCI if the payment is not paid.
ICC and BCCI’s tension may be at risk of organizing 2021 T20 and India’s 50-over World Cup in 2023 due to this tension.