The secretary of the Board of Control for Cricket India has confirmed the organisation's demands for compensation from the West Indies.
Sanjay Patel says the BCCI have put in a claim totalling around £26.2million from their Caribbean counterparts after they abandoned their recent tour of India. But also confirmed the figure could increase.
"We have sent a demand letter to the WICB claiming damages to the tune of 258 crore (£26.2 million)...and we are in the process of ascertaining other damages incurred by our hosting centres, after which we will present a final claim amount," Patel told Press Association.
"It is a matter of consideration for the WICB to decide as to how they will cover our damages.
"(Abandoning the tour) is a unilateral decision of the WICB and they are solely responsible for this entire episode.
"There has been a direct and disastrous impact (to India). Other than the financial losses, the collateral damage that has been caused to the BCCI and its stakeholders is irreparable."