Bangladesh's Twenty20 National Crime Team Twenty20 and Shakib Al Hasan Test Captain have decided not to challenge the upcoming eleven parliamentary elections. On Saturday night, he said, "I changed the decision. I will not choose.
Why change your decision now, talking about the previous selection. In response to such questions, Shakib Al Hasan did not comment. On Sunday she had to buy the party appointment papers. Earlier, Shakib himself said he would file the nomination for the Magura-1 constituency.
In addition, on the afternoon, Awami League's secretary of office, Biplab Barua, said Shakib Al Hasan would collect the nomination papers on Sunday to choose from the Awami League.
He said that Shakib Al Hasan would come to the office of Awami League President at Dhanmondi to buy his nomination form on Sunday at around 10:30. Shakib informed Awami League secretary general, Obaid Quader, that he would collect the nomination papers.
Asked about the Shakib selection, Bangladesh Crisis Committee (JBB) chairman Jalal Yunus said: "I heard buying a one-day nomination for Captain Mashrafe, but I do not know Shakib's case.
Meanwhile, Mashrafe and Shakib have been roaming about the participation of eleven national parliamentary elections. Many leaders of the Awami League have brought the issue to the press.