Shakib came up with the appeal 13 days after BCB suspended him from joining in any competitive cricket for six months furthermore banished him from participating in any outside competitions until December 31, 2015.
Shakib placed the appeal to the BCB around 12:30pm, Nizam Uddin Chowdhury, chief executive officer of the board, told reporters.
“We will bring it to the notice of board president, after which a decision will be taken,” the official added.
Later, Shakib read out an announcement before media where he apologized for his initial conduct saying that “I will guarantee not to rehash my mix-ups later on.”
The left-hander had gotten himself included in a series of disciplinary issues in the most recent two months and the suspension was an aftereffect of every last one of occasions consolidated.
Amid Bangladesh’s home arrangement against India in June in the not so distant future, Shakib left the dressing room amid a continuous match and purportedly got into a fight with an onlooker. The left-hander was brought in for a listening to in regards to the issue after the series.
At that point the all-rounder resisted the board’s power and left the nation to join in the CPL without getting a NOC from the BCB.
The breaking point, be that as it may, was arrived at when the board learned through a letter from coach Chandika Hathurasingha that the 27-year-old, after a contention with the coach before leaving for the West Indies, had debilitated to quit ODI and Test cricket.
Addressing journalists on July 7, BCB president Nazmul Hassan Papon said, “The series of disciplinary ruptures demonstrate that he has an extreme state of mind issue, the degree of which we have never seen in a Bangladesh national player.
Prior, Shakib was banned for three Odis during the Asia Cup for showing a lascivious motion on live TV. He was amongst contention once more when he talked against Bangladesh’s fans in a meeting with a Bengali every day amid the World T20.