The board decided to agree to the demands of the players who went on a strike
The strike of Bangladeshi cricketers ends as the BCB finally agreed to most of their demands written on the 11-point letter they sent on October 21. The players demanded pay hike and the return of the franchise-based Bangladesh Premier League. They also announced that they will boycott the upcoming cricket events if the BCB failed to comply.
BCB president Nazmul Hasan spoke on a press conference along with Shakib Al Hasan. ‘We have agreed to meet up most of their demands. We had earlier decided to cancel the third round of the NCL, but as the players decided to play we have shifted it to next Saturday. The national camp will start from October 25’.
Shakib Al Hasan, who spoke and stood for other Bangladeshi cricketers, was glad about the decision of the board to agree to their demands. ‘Today we are happy. We can say how satisfied we are when these assurances will be implemented’.
As the two parties end their feud, the NCL will resume next Saturday and the upcoming tour in India will go on as planned.
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