Don’t ask questions about election during Windies series: Mashrafe

Bangladesh ODI captain Mashrafe Bin Mortaza urges media to not ask any questions related to election during the ODI series against Windies.

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Mashrafe has been the talking point in Bangladesh cricket since he decided to take part in the upcoming election and certain questions were raised if he will take part in the upcoming ODI series against Windies.

But Mashrafe ruled out all rumors and he is all set to lead Bangladesh in the upcoming series. And he arranged a press conference on Tuesday where he gave the permission to media to ask questions about the election but also urged to not ask questions during the series as he only wants to concentration on cricket for now.

Mashrafe told reporters:

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“I arranged the press conference today with the permission of BCB because I don’t want to hear any questions related to election during the series. I don’t want to hear any questions in the press conference about election or anything related to politics a day before the match.”

“As we have a practice match on 6th and the first ODI on 9th, I have to face the media anyway. During that time, I don’t want to answer any questions which are not related to cricket. Though I am talking about the election today, but I won’t be talking about it anymore till 14th December. I called the press conference today so that I don’t have to answer any questions which are not related to cricket,” he added.

Bangladesh will play three-match ODI series against Windies on 9, 11 and 14th December.

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