National cricketers go on strike – Daily Janasongjog


National cricketers of Bangla Desh, together with the likes of Shakib Al Hasan, Tamim Iqbal associated Mushfiqur Rahim gathered at the BCB Academy ground in Mirpur these days to place forward an 11-point demand and declared that they need gone on a strike and can boycott all cricket-related activities.

At around 3:00pm, cricketers of varied standing took the electro-acoustic transducer at the Academy Ground and declared the 11-point demand, the essential thrust of that was to extend players’ say in cricket matters associated an improvement of the pay packages of domestic cricketers.

The demands weren’t restricted to cricketers — Tamim, the sixth to require the electro-acoustic transducer, urged for associate improvement of pay packages for groundsmen, moreover as for a lot of respect and remuneration for native coaches, UN agency he aforesaid suffered as compared with foreign coaches.

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While the national cricketers, UN agency play 1st division cricket area unit a part of this strike, no age-level cricketers were enclosed among those seeking the 11-point demands to be met by the Bangla Desh Cricket Board (BCB).
There are rumours that there area unit problems with earnings decrement fort the approaching seventh edition of the Bangla Desh Premier League (BPL).

There are in progress rumours that the players were sad concerning varied problems. it absolutely was detected that they were planning to take associate action however they ne’er disclosed something within the media. these days the players invited journalists to the BCB Academy ground in Mirpur for a group discussion wherever they declared their call.

The Bangla Desh cricket team area unit regular to play three-match T20I series and a two-match check series in Bharat in November with the primary T20I slated to start on November three at Delhi and therefore the tour is unsure following the cricketers’ boycott.