BCB summons both Miraz and Chattrogram authority!
CRICDOT DESK : Mehedi Hasan Miraz had announced to leave BPL team Chittagong Challengers on the issue of taking away the captaincy. He had a meeting with the team owners in the evening after the day-long drama last Monday. Then Miraj decided to stay in the team. The party also said that the misunderstanding has ended. Miraj was angry with Chittagong Chief Executive Yasir Alam Chowdhury.
The whole incident is being monitored by the BPL Governing Council. Chittagong team owner and cricketer Miraj has been summoned in the incident. There will be a hearing. Where the two sides have to appear face to face. The BCB may decide to cancel the franchise if there is no suspicion of fixing. BPL Governing Council Chairman Sheikh Sohail blames both sides for the incident. As a national team cricketer, he did not expect such behavior from Miraj. According to him, the franchise could not show patience.
Ismail Haider Mallick, member secretary of the BPL Governing Council, said yesterday, “Everyone has to be responsible. Miraj is a national cricketer, there is a process to remove him from the leadership. Again the coach says he doesn’t know anything about the change of leadership. We will hold a hearing when the team arrives in Dhaka. We could have done it on Friday but we would have listened to Miraj face to face and listened to the owner. However, Miraj should not have broken the biobubble in this way. Everyone needs to be responsible. ”
However, the BPL Governing Council does not suspect fixing right now. Ismail Haider Mallick said that the anti-corruption department of the BCB was working. They are following every match. We have one person with each team. Since it has been negatively publicized, we will take a serious look at it. ‘ The BCB is also taking cognizance of the issue of Chittagong Chief Executive Yasir Alam Chowdhury. Ismail Haider Mallick said, “We don’t want to do anything by arresting certain people. Now, if there is anything disrespectful to Miraj, we will find out. ‘