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BCB president Nazmul Hassan called players' strike a conspiracy

  • 23 Oct 2019 06:15:06

A day after the Bangladesh cricketers picketed saying that they won't participate in any cricket movement until their requests are tended to by their board, the Bangladesh Cricket Board president Nazmul Hassan on Tuesday was confident that the India visit will continue according to design. He additionally said that players' strike is an intrigue to carry an awful name to the game in the nation. "We will discover who is behind this connivance," said Hassan during a question and answer session as cited by driving neighborhood paper The Daily Star.

"I trust that the camp will go on. The India arrangement will occur. I accept that the majority of the players need to play. They need cricket to create. I don't accept that they will bring the nation's cricket into unsavoriness because of a little whole of cash. In any case, we will perceive what occurs," he said.

The BCB president, be that as it may, didn't uncover designs about their next game-plan after an informal gathering in Mirpur, the report said.

Tending to the media, senior players like Shakib Al Hasan, Mahmudullah, Mushfiqur Rahim, who were all present at the public interview, had unmistakably said on Monday that they will be off cricketing exercises till the time their requests are satisfied.

"We did exclude Under-19 group here as they are getting ready for the World Cup. Every other person is here and we realize everyone is with us. We won't include in cricket. Except if our interest is satisfied we are not returning to cricket," Shakib had said.

"Adjacent to age level cricketers 19, 17 and 15, everyone in national group and local cricket is included here and it begins from today. This is pertinent from residential cricket and top of the line cricket to worldwide cricket," he included.

As indicated by reports, there are issues of pay top in the seventh version of the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL).

Be that as it may, the BCB president stated: "What I need to see and realize first is who goes to play and who doesn't. Regardless of whether they will go to camp or not. In the first place, I need to realize who is attempting to risk the India visit. I need to recognize what the genuine issue is or else there will be different issues a couple of days after the fact."

While their strike puts a question mark on their up and coming voyage through India, BCCI President-elect Sourav Ganguly is certain that the players will deal with the issue with the board and the arrangement won't be influenced.


"It is their inward issue, yet they will deal with, they will come," Ganguly said when inquired as to whether there was any risk to the arrangement.

Inquired as to whether he would talk the BCB in his ability as BCCI President, Ganguly said it is an inward issue. "It is their inner issue. I address the BCB, yet this doesn't go under me," he clarified.