Suddenly the national cricketers of Bangladesh called for a strike. They came down with some demands. The cricketers announced that they would not play any kind of cricket until this demand was met. They called for the movement to demand remuneration for domestic players, increase the match fee of the National Cricket League, increase the daily and travel allowance in the BPL, the largest domestic T20 tournament.
BCB President Nazmul Hassan Papan will hold an emergency meeting with the board's directors at the Sherpur Bangla Stadium in Mirpur on Tuesday. The decision of the meeting will depend on the future of the cricketers.
However, earlier in the day, BCB CEO Nizamuddin Chowdhury said, "The players are very important to us. We will contact them about this. The decision will be taken at the next board meeting. At various times, their demands come. We try to fulfill them. Today our topic has come to light. Of course, we will discuss the board and make a decision. ”
However, Nizamuddin Chowdhury refuses to call the players' rebellion, “the players are part of the board. The decision can be taken by discussing any issues. ”
Bangladesh's Test and T20 team captain Shakib Al Hasan said, "The cricketers should look at the matter better. We are not seeing any long-term plans for cricket. We just keep an eye on the ongoing series. We only plan for a tournament like the World Cup, maybe six to eight months in advance. Without it, we only think about the ongoing series. "
Shakib expressed optimism for seeing someone strong for long-term planning. "The guardians of Bangladesh cricket have to play a big role," he said.