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Apart from much inconvenience, there is something which will surely make Shahadat smile. He can play the national league which will begin in the midst of September. Probably the most hot news in Bangladesh now is the national cricketer Shahadat Hossain and his wife are blamed for torturing an 11-year old housemaid.

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BCB Chief Executive Officer Nizam Uddin Chowdhury remarked the case as “Unfortunate” and said the board was “extremely embarrassed” at Hossain’s implication in the case. We already know that his parents came to the BCB to find some help on Tuesday and Wednesday.

On Thursday, BCB Director and Disciplinary Panel chief Sheikh Sohel again identified the board’s thought over the issue. He said, “We have no choice. BCB has nothing to do in this case. We are not involved with the matter, it is not our issue. There is law, they (law enforcers) will surely make fair decision about it.”

But he cleared there was no obstruction on Hossain playing the national league, which will take place on September 18, 2015. “I must say he will get opportunity to play, as he didn’t show such behavior in cricket. What happened is different and it’s his personal is It has no link with cricket,” he further added.

Asked what will BCB do if the player was arrested  when playing in the tournament, Sohel replied, “As much as I know, there is no arrest warrant for him. We’ll think about it if an arrest warrant is issued.”

“The board is still here and the law also. So, something will be done then,” he added.

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