According to a BCB source, Shakib Al Hasan received an illegal offer from a cricket gambler before an international cricket match two years ago. Shakib Al Hasan did not tell it to Aksu, the ICC's anti-corruption body, according to the rules. However, a few days ago, the Aksu delegation spoke to Shakib Al Hasan, confirming the call by tracking the gamblers' call. Shakib Al Hasan also admitted the matter. The source told the media that Shakib Al Hasan is likely to be banned for eighteen months by the ICC's Anti-Corruption Bureau. The allegations against him are that he has remained silent even after receiving allegations that he had been matched by a gambler.
Shakib Al Hasan
does not have the opportunity to comment on participating in the series. Because the International Cricket Council (ICC) likely to bann him for eighteen months. It is alleged that the conversation was kept secret even after a conversation with a gambler. According to BCB officials, the national daily has given the news.
Notices of show cause for Shakib Al Hasan
from BCB, movement of cricketers, uncertainty of accompanying multiple cricketers just before his visit to India; Shakib Al Hasan
's unhappiness on the tour when talks broke down was a new news for cricket fans in the country.
However, the ICC Code of Conduct states that if the complainant receives a match or a spot-fixing complaint, the concerned board should be informed. Otherwise, the ICC's anti-corruption body - Aksu should be notified. If he hides the news himself, that would be a punishable offense. Shakib Al Hasan
did none of that. That information is being published today. And if that happens, Shakib Al Hasan
is getting punished and can't go to India.