Jahanara’s appeal wasn’t proved true: BCB
CRICDOT DESK :The sudden omission of Jahanara Alam from the national team was surprising. Jahanara’s written complaint against BCB CEO Nizamuddin Chowdhury against coach Mahmudul Emon and selector Manjurul Islam has given a new twist to it. The fast bowler has filed a written complaint alleging bias against the coach and manager.
However, board officials said Jahanara’s allegations were not substantiated. On the contrary, they consider it in the interest of the team to exclude this experienced female cricketer due to disciplinary reasons.
An official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said Jahanara was interfering in the recruitment of coaching and support staff. That is also clear from the words of BCB women’s division chairman Shafiul Alam Nadel. However, Jahanara’s statement was not available in this regard. He has been banned from speaking to the media by the BCB.
When asked about Jahanara’s written complaint and the position of the BCB, Shafiul Alam Nadel said on Tuesday, “It is a very normal process for a player to be dropped or rejoined. We are arranging our team. But who will decide who I am taking on my computer, who is taking Teamboy? ‘
“I have some evidence,” he said, referring to the discipline. I do not want to show, you will be ashamed to show. There is no pros and cons here. We want to go through the normal process. They are like our children, little brothers, little sisters. There must be some mistakes in their way. It is our responsibility to correct it with a guardian attitude.