Bangladesh cricket captain Shakib was hanged for two years because of rasuah

DHAKA: Bangladesh’s cricket captain, Shakib Al Hasan is banned rather than accompanying any resistance for two years following a sentence suspended for a year.
According to the International Cricket Council (ICC) in one fact the hanging was decided after Shakib was found guilty because three of the charges violated the ICC Rasuah Prevention Code.

The mistakes included failing to reveal to the ICC Anti-Rasuah Unit a full announcement of the pickups made in connection with the Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe Tri-Series in January 2018 and the 2018 Indian Premier League (IPL).

The hanging of the 32-year-old captain became a great slap to Bangladesh while preparing for a meeting with India this month for two series of tests and three T20 international matches.

Shakib has previously played 56 exams, 206 ODI and 76 international resistance Twenty20 and has been named the best Bangladeshi player because he has ranked the third highest ICC several times since 2009.

He also accompanied the troops during the recent World Cup in England, where individually he succeeded in completing more than 600 runs and 11 wickets.

However according to ICC Shakib would be justified in accompanying international resistance on 29 October 2020 if he fulfilled the conditions set.

Lebih jauh dijelaskan oleh Firmansyah, Sumbar menjadi salah satu daerah yang dikunjungi oleh ICC. Beberapa daerah lain yang akan dikunjungi adalah Kalimantan Timur dan Bali. “Sumbar merupakan daerah pertama yang kami kunjungi. Kami memilih Sumbar karena perkembangan kriket di Sumbar cukup bagus. Seperti pengurusnya rajin mengikuti kegiatan PP dan timnya juga aktif mengikuti berbagai kejuaraan, ” sambungnya. Sementara itu salah satu perwakilan dari ICC Jay mengatakan ICC ingin Indonesia masuk dalam Piala Dunia.

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