BPL-5 to move on amidst rigid regulations

In order to counterbalance any form of controversy in the forthcoming fifth edition of the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL), BCB is approaching with stern actions.

With a few weeks to go before the commencement of the most gorgeous domestic T20 competition of the country, Dhaka Metropolitan Police Commissioner Asaduzzaman Miah presented several directions to follow in a co-ordination meeting in presence of BCB and franchise officials.

It was informed that no DJ party will prevail in the hotels where players and officials will stay during BPL.

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A luminous detail about do’s and don’ts was presented in the meeting in front of the media.

In the meeting, DPM police commissioner said towards the franchise officials, “Authorities of all franchises will have to work coordinating with police and BCB officials. No outsider guest would be allowed to visit any cricketer in hotel room. In case of real necessity a person may meet with desired cricketer in hotel lobby.”

He also said, “Any kind of show down in the field from franchise officials and supporters will be strictly prohibited. BCB authorities will have to look after the matter so that no one could enter into the stadium without ticket. Spectators must take their seats according to the seat plan. It will ensure discipline.”

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