BCB gets first ‘elected’ bossNew Age Online
The incumbent president of the Bangladesh Cricket Board Nazmul Hassan Papon has turned into the first elected boss of the board.
‘We will frame a long term plan in the next three months and work as per the plan,’ Papon said.
He came up with his immediate reaction before the journalists after being elected as the first BCB president through the electorate consensus.
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