Shakib Al Hasan again in trouble, the case is related to the betting company

Bangladesh’s biggest cricket star Shakib Al Hasan is again embroiled in controversy as his country’s cricket board has decided to investigate his recent social media posts in support of the betting company. In 2019, the ICC imposed a one-year ban on Shakib for not reporting a corrupt offer from an Indian bookie.

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Shakib Al Hasan (ANI Photo)

Shakib Al Hasan in trouble again

According to the current rules of Bangladesh, promoting or supporting any kind of betting activity is prohibited. According to a Cricbuzz report, the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) will investigate the all-rounder’s recent social media post in which he announced his partnership with a company called BetWinner News.

Shakib will be given show cause notice

BCB president Nazmul Hassan said Shakib would be given a show cause notice. Shakib has taken more than 12,000 runs and around 650 wickets in about 400 international cricket matches. Najmul said, there are two things. There is no possibility of taking the first permission as we will not give such permission. We will not allow anything related to betting.

It means they didn’t ask us to give permission. Secondly, we want to know whether they have signed the agreement or not. The BCB met on Thursday in which it was decided to investigate Shakib’s social media posts. Najmul said, “This issue was raised in the meeting and we said how can it happen because it is impossible.” If this has happened then you have to ask them immediately. Issue notice to them and ask how all this happened as the board does not allow it. This is related to betting and we will not allow it.

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