Why is Sri Lanka Cricket trying to sign a contract for production rights of international matches played in Sri Lanka for the next three years with a company which has a dubious record and absolutely no financial standing?
The question that begs answers are:
Why wasn’t a minimum financial requirement included as a prerequisite for qualifying to bid, like a minimum net worth requirement and cash bank balances?
Why wasn’t the proforma draft of the performance draft guarantee circulated to potential bidders?
Will this company even be able to provide this performance bond and meet its obligations?
It is learnt that SLC is about to sign with a company based in Dubai – IPG for production rights for a 3-year term…