The working committee of Board of Cricket Control in India (BCCI) has decided to suspend all bilateral tours with West Indies on Tuesday. The decision came after West Indies pulled out their tour of India in the middle without playing one ODI, one off T20 and three matches test series.
According to a release made by BCCI they have made not mentioned any claims for the damages after the tour of West Indies came to an end in the middle. Earlier it was informed that India is set to claim 65 million dollars compensation from West Indies Cricket Board.
After the board decided to boycott all the series against West Indies five bilateral series between these two countries came to an end. India and West Indies were set to play five bilateral series in next eight year till 2023 and four of them to be played in West Indies.
West Indies cricket players decided not to play the remaining one ODI, one off T20 and Three test match series after they had problem on payment of their salaries and dispute came after the MoU between West Indies Cricket Board and the West Indies Players Association.