Nazmul Abedin Fahim cites ‘personal reasons’ behind resignation

Senior cricket personnel Nazmul Abedin Fahim has showed ‘personal reasons’ behind his resignation from the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB). Although reportedly his resignation is yet to be approved, Mr. Fahim said he is no more willing to work with BCB.

Nazmul Abedin Fahim cites 'personal reasons' behind resignation

“Taking into account of the notice period, I informed the board a month earlier (September 1) about the decision of my resignation. I’ve said that it is no more possible for me to work with the women’s team,” Fahim said.

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When he was asked by Jagonews, whether he will continue to work if he would be taken into the Game Development or Cricket Operations, Nazmul Abedin Fahim said,

“I’m not thinking about anything of these at all. I’m no longer able to work with BCB duo to my personal reasons. And this is the end of it.”

Earlier BCB CEO Nizamuddin Chowdhury said about the resignation of the veteran cricket activist, “Mr. Fahim informed us about his resignation decision. The board have some procedures to follow.

“We have urged him to reconsider the decision. As the Chief Executive Officer, I myself also requested him. We will try our best to keep an experienced campaigner like Fahim with the board. But he himself would have to willing for that.

“Everyone can have their personal reasons. Perhaps he is not thinking it that way,” BCB CEO added.

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