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International Cricket Council delegates meet Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina


The visiting International Cricket Council (ICC) delegates led by Chief Executive Officer Manu Sawhney has met Bangladesh prime minister Sheikh Hasina at her Jatiya Sangsad Bhaban office on Monday evening, reports UNB.

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PM’s Press Secretary Ihsanul Karim briefed reporters after the meeting. Reports said ICC delegates briefed PM Sheikh Hasina about different ICC events that will take place from 2024 to 2031.

 

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ICC CEO highly appreciated Bangladesh cricket’s development; he said,

“Cricket is a valuable asset for younger generation as social welfare can be made through the game.”

Sheikh Hasina said that her government has the policy to promote women in sports particularly in cricket despite finding it hard to overcome social obstacles bringing women into sporting arenas. “The Bangladesh Women Cricket Team is the Asian Champion,” she said.

The ICC Chief Executive Officer seek Prime Minister’s support on arranging various ICC events.

PM’s Principal Secretary Dr Ahmad Kaikaus and Bangladesh Cricket Board President Nazmul Hassan Papon were present at the meeting. Prime Minister also poured appreciations for ICC proposals.

Principal secretary Ahmad Kaikaus and president of Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) Nazmul Hassan were present at the meeting.

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