The decision was taken at a board of directors meeting in Dhaka on Monday, the reason disclosed was Shakib’s serious misbehaviour with Bangladesh’s new coach Chandika Hathurusingha, and for his altercation with a spectator during the recent first ODI against India in Mirpur.
According to details, Shakib Al Hasan has been suspended by the BCB from all crickets for six months and will not be granted an NOC to play in overseas competitions until the end of 2015.
The Bangladesh’s all-rounder has been involved in several disputes in the recent past. He had left for the Caribbean to play in the CPL without a valid NOC, and reportedly threatened to quit playing Tests and Twenty20 internationals when asked by Hathurusingha to return and join a training camp.
He was ordered to return to Bangladesh by the board, and later denied threatening to quit and said that his departure for the CPL was a result of a misunderstanding over the NOC.