The BCB (Bangladesh Cricket Board) has started to make payments on Sunday to local players who have dues from BPL franchises. BCB starts to pay BPL dues of local players.
The BCB has began to build payments on Sunday to native players WHO have dues from BPL franchises. per board administrators, the add to be paid this point is around Tk a pair of.10 large integer (approx. $270,000) to concerning seventy cricketers.
BPL governing council chairman Afzalur Rahman Sinha aforementioned the payments were created by the BCB when the franchises didn’t provide the players their due cash. The governing council had asked BCB director Naimur Rahman to analyze the players’ dues and draw up a listing for payment. It remained unclear whether or not this is often the total payment for the native players WHO were unpaid for quite 2 years.
Mushfiqur Rahim, Tamim Iqbal, Mashrafe Mortaza, Muhammad Mithun, Sohag Gazi, Sabbir Rahman, Alok Kapali, Nazmul Hossain, Anamul Haque, Nazmul Hossain Milon and a few alternative cricketers were seen coming into the BCB offices in Mirpur, associated an hour later a number of them were seen walking out with cheques in hand. solely Anamul showed any sign of relief as he did a trifle social function jig.
It was learned that many of those cricketers were sad with the quantity given to them whereas others expressed satisfaction at finally being paid, having staying unpaid for thus long. Sinha aforementioned that the payments were created in consultation with the players and also the Cricketers Welfare Association of Asian nation. “We were feeling unhealthy seeing the players foiled,” Sinha aforementioned.
“We began to provide out cheques from these days. we have a tendency to gave them per the list created by Naimur Rahman and Debabbrata [Paul]. it’s nearly Tk a pair of.5 crore, which is able to be paid to around seventy players. that they had contract with the franchises however since they failing, we have a tendency to created the payments. we’ve consulted their association before taking the choice.
we have a tendency to paid them the maximum amount as they wished.” The board, however, did not pay the unpaid players of citrus Riders for the 2013 BPL because the franchise up on the BCB that they’d be finishing the due payments. When asked if foreign players had been paid, Sinha claimed their payment had been completed. “We haven’t got any due payments for foreign players,” he said.
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