The Bangladesh Football Federation on Saturday formed a five-member fact finding committee to inspect the recent incidents between its vice-president Badal Roy and general secretary Abu Nayeem Shohag.
The federation took the decision during their 10th executive committee meeting at the BFF House.
The five-member committee was headed by BFF senior vice-president Abdus Salam Murshedy while the other four members of the committee were — BFF vice-presidents Kazi Nabil Ahmed and Mohiuddin Ahmed Mohi, executive committee members Harunur Rashid and Abdur Rahim.
‘Recently our vice-president Badal Roy had a press-conference where he expressed fear over his security while his wife also filed a general dairy against BFF general secretary,’ Murshedy said.
‘We formed a fact finding committee which will inspect all the things and also assess the media reports regarding this issue which were published in last few days before taking any decision.’
BFF also halted the decision of extending the contract of its general secretary Shohag after his previous contract expired on May 31.
Meanwhile, BFF sold the sponsorship rights of some major leagues and tournaments including Bangladesh Premier League to MP & Silva, a London based international sports agency.
‘We have signed a five-year deal with MP & Silva with an yearly amount of $1million per year,’ Murshedy said.
‘The contract will be renewed every year and we have already received $2.5 lakh from the company.’
The meeting also dissolved all the standing committees that formed after the last BFF polls in 2012.
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