The Bangladeshi National Cricket Group Twenty20 and Test Captain Shakib Al Hasan have decided not to dispute the upcoming 11 parliamentary elections. On Saturday night he said, "I changed the decision, I do not choose."
Why change the decision now by talking about the choice before. In response to such questions Shakib Al Hasan did not comment. On Sunday was to buy party nomination papers. Earlier, Shakib himself said he would submit a nomination document to the Magura-1 constituency.
In addition, on Saturday night, Secretary of the Awami Federation, Biplab Barua, told that Shakib Al Hasan will collect morning papers on Sunday from the Awami League.
He said that Shakib Al Hasan will go to Awam League president's office in Dhanmond to buy a nomination form on Sunday at 10.30. Shakib informed Awami League Secretary-General Obaidul Quader that he would take over the candidate countries.
When asked about participation in Shakib's election, Jalal Yunus, chair of the Media Committee of the Bangladesh Cricket Committee (BCB), said: "I heard one day captain buying a Mashrafe name, but I do not know about Shakib's case.
In the meantime, Mashrafe and Shakib were heard about the participation of nine national parliamentary elections. Many of the Awami League leaders brought the matter to the press.