The Bangladesh Cricket Board has moved to hold chats on a strike by cricket players over a compensation climb and different requests with an end goal to break the gridlock.
Addressing columnists in Dhaka on Wednesday, Nizam Uddin Chowdhury, CEO of BCB, declared the arrangement to hold the discussions later in the day with the striking players.
A day sooner, BCB President Nazmul Hassan said the strike by players was a piece of a scheme to destabilize Bangladesh cricketing in front of their planned voyage through India.
On Tuesday, the Federation of International Cricketers’ Associations, or FICA, communicated worry over the conditions that drove Bangladeshi players to take to the streets.
The Bangladesh’s cricketers took to the streets on Monday to press home their 11-point contract of requests, including a compensation climb, quick acquiescences of president and general secretary of Cricketers Welfare Association of Bangladesh, switching the BCB’s choice to desert the establishment based model and lifting the pay top in the Dhaka Premier League.
The advancement comes a month after the BCB chose to surrender the Bangladesh Premier League establishment based model, cutting into the cricketers’ salary.