Bangladesh cricket players decided to continue their strike with 13 demands in which they have asked for a share in the cricket revenue with the board and equal facilities for the women's team.
The players sent their 13 demands via a supreme court lawyer Mustafizur Rahman to the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB).
The players announced their decision in a press conference held at a local hotel in the capital on Wednesday.
Two new demands were included along with the 11 demands.
The first of the two one is for a share in the revenue generated by the board and they have also asked for clarity of the amount of revenue that is generated.
The other one is keeping parity between the facilities provided to the men's and women's team.
They have also asked to form a new professional players' association which will help the players like the associations in other cricketing countries.
Their action means that the India tour of the national team is still undecided, and the players will not join the conditioning camp on October 25.
This also means that the third round of National Cricket League (NCL), set to start on October 24, will not start.
The players went on strike with 11 demands on Monday and declared that they will no longer take part in any cricketing activity until their demands are met.
BCB asked the players to come and discuss the terms with them on Wednesday morning and said that they were open to a discussion.
BCB CEO Nizamuddin Chowdhury said on Wednesday morning that he was hopeful that the NCL third round would kick off the next day.
BCB Head of Media Communications Jalal Yunus told the media that they were waiting for the players to come and discuss with BCB.
BCB President Nazmul Hassan met Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina at Ganabhaban on Wednesday morning, where they talked about the players' strike.
According to the BCB President Nazmul Hasan, the honourable Prime Minister was shocked at the incident as the players went directly on strike.
He quoted the PM saying, "Whatever happens, why would they not play? My door is open, your (Nazmul Hassan) door is open. Without telling anybody anything, why would they stop playing?"
The BCB President ended by saying that this has not happened anywhere else in the world where someone calls a strike without placing their demands.