After pace bowler, Shahadat Hossain another Bangladesh cricketer came under huge controversy as the talented young batsman Anamul Haque Bijoy was accused of stabbing a young man in Kushtia district of Bangladesh.

Abdul Karim, a resident of Aruapara filed the complaint against Haque in the Kushtia Model Police Station last night last night. He alleged that Haque has beaten up and stabbed his son Motaleb Hossain Bappy, 24, Bangladesh daily Daily Star reported.

But, Haque denied the allegation of stabbing and beating, said, “Bappy himself attacked us when my younger brother and I went to his house and asked why he misbehaved with my father.”

According to the complaint, Bappy was involved in an altercation with Haque’s father Jamil Hossain, who has been living at a rented house owned by Bappy’s father for the last four years.

“Following the incident, Bijoy and his brother Sajib with some others beat up Bappy with a cricket bat and stabbed him with a sharp weapon. Bappy was admitted to Kushtia general hospital,” the complaint reads.

 

The officer in charge of Kushtia Biplob Kumar Nath Police Station told Daily Star that both sides have lodged complaints against each other.

Haque’s father Jamil Hossain rushed to the police station last night and described the incident to the OC. Nath said they are loking into the matter.

When the newspaper contacted the Haque, who is currently in Dhaka alleged that Bappy is a “drug addict”.

Haqe has been playing for Chittagong Vikings in the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL).

The 22-year-old young wicketkeeper-batsman has played 4 Tests, 30 ODIs and 13 Twenty 20 matches.

He impressed slectors and fans with his ODI and T20 from. He scored 950 runs in 30 ODIs at an average of 35.18. He hit three hundred and three fifties. He is also a ulity T20 batsman. He scored 355 runs in 13 T20 matches at ana average of 32.27. His strike rate is 117.94.

Earlier this year, Shahadat Hossain was failed for beating a child maid. So, it will be interesting to watch what would happen to Haque. 

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