The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) is not happy with a breach in the bio-secure bubble during a net session in the middle of the Dhaka Premier League (DPL). The BCB will now investigate this incident. An outsider had reportedly gained access to the training area when Mohammedan Sporting Club skipper Shakib Al Hasan was batting on Friday (June 4)
The DPL, which began on May 31, is being conducted in a bio-secure bubble in order to keep the payers and staff safe from getting exposed to Covid-19. "We are disappointed to note this incident. Both the CCDM (Cricket Committee of Dhaka Metropolis) and the BCB have taken this very seriously. The health and safety of our teams, players, and officials are most important to us," CCDM chairman Kazi Inam Ahmed told ESPNCricinfo.com.
"We have invested a significant amount of finances and efforts to make sure the BSE (bio-security environment) protocols are in place including the best possible accommodation and logistics. This incident is being looked into and necessary actions and further precautionary measures will be taken," he added.
As per BCB rules, if a violation is established fines, suspension or even points deduction could be imposed.