New Delhi: The tussle between the BCCI and the Indian Cricket League on Friday reached the Delhi High Court with the breakaway group seeking to restrain the Board from “intimidating” its players and interfering in its affairs.
The lawsuit filed by ICL sought a direction to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to allow ICL to use stadia across the country for its tournaments.
It said the pensions given by BCCI to former players should not be stopped in the event they join the ICL.
ICL has also sought that BCCI should be restrained from using Indian flag and name of the country as it was accepted by the Board before the Supreme Court that it was a private body.
The newly formed cricket body by Essel Group wanted that no players should be intimidated by the BCCI for playing with the ICL.