Leading Bangladeshi daily shares disgraceful, derogatory photo maligning Team India


It seems that the series win against India has lifted the Bangladeshi cricket fans above ‘cloud-9. A renowned Bangladeshi newspaper has now published a fake advertisement campaign of a stationery company which shows cricketers of Team India’s playing eleven (which toured Bangladesh) with half shaven heads (a sign of humiliation).

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In the background, Bangladeshi pace bowler Mustafizur Rahman who gave a tough time to the Indian batsmen during the series is shown holding a cutter (symbolizing his off-cutters bowled in the matches).

The text in the photo-shopped advertisement tries to give out a message that just like Rahman’s off-cutters were effective in getting the batsman out, the cuter endorsed by the stationery company would also be effective for daily use.

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This is not the first time that such  a shameful and derogatory campaign has been aimed at the Indian cricket team. After Bangladesh registered the series win, some unruly fans beat up one of the most well-known faces in the cricket stadium, a die-hard fan of Sachin Tendulkar and Indian cricket team, Sudhir. Sudhir was later saved by police officials present at the spot.

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