Shakib Al Hasan had revealed on an interview to Cricfrenzy that Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) director Akram Khan had "probably not read" the letter the ace all-rounder sent to the board regarding him taking a leave from national team duties to play in the Indian Premier League (IPL).
"I clearly stated in my letter to the BCB that I wanted to play in the IPL to prepare for the upcoming T20 World Cup this year. Maybe he (Akram Khan) did not read the letter," Shakib said in the live interview on Saturday.
Akram Khan has now responded and told the media that the board will sit for a meeting with the president, Nazmul Hassan Papon and then reply to Shakib's allegations regarding the misrepresentation of his letter.
"We will not say anything today on this (Shakib issue). We will first talk to the board president. We will sit for a meeting. After the meeting, we will officially talk about this," Akram said.
Shakib also claimed that apart from director Khaled Mahmud and president Nazmul Hassan, none of the others deserve credit as far as planning and development of players is concerned.