Taskin and left-arm spinner Arafat Sunny have been barred from bowling and will have to undergo action correction before they can comeback into competitive cricket.

According to a report, BCB president Nazmul Hasan Papon has communicated with ICC chairman Shashank Manohar and Chief Executive Dave Richardson intimating them that the board was not convinced about independant assessment of Taskin's bowling action.

"We are not convinced about Taskin as of now. We don't have any reason to be satisfied with the report," Nazmul was quoted as saying by the website.

"And that's disappointing, so we have appealed to the ICC. We have a few grounds and we have said these things according to logic. Only the ICC can withdraw the ICC's decision, which is why I am talking to the ICC directly. It won't be right to disclose what we presented as our logic. I can tell you that we have done everything possible," he added.

Hassan said the BCB was trying to circumvent the normal procedure of appealing in a bid to quickly overturn the decision made on Taskin. The ICC had said on Saturday that 'not all of Taskin's deliveries were legal'.

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