Cricket Welfare Association of Bangladesh (CWAB) President Naimur Rahman said he would leave his post if that is what the players’ demand. However, he mentioned that it should be done through a process during a press conference in Mirpur yesterday.
Bangladeshi cricketers put forward an 11-point demand to the media and announced that they would be on strike until the demands were met during a press conference in Mirpur on Monday.
One of the demands stated that CWAB President, Naimur, and General Secretary Debabrata Paul must step down and players would choose replacements through elections.
“We will definitely step aside. CWAB is an association that includes both current and former players. So whatever the association decides, we will accept it but there is a process,” said Naimur.