Bangladesh Cricket Board has suspended Shahadat Hossain from all forms of cricket until the charges are cleared.
The BNP-Jamaat have “definitely abetted these murders in an attempt to overshadow Bangladesh’s achievements”, said the Bangladeshi Prime Minister.
The killing bore some similarities to the shooting death of an Italian working in Bangladesh, Cesare Tavella.
This is the first time that the ISIS has claimed responsibility of an attack in Muslim-majority Bangladesh.
The first Test is supposed to kick off on October 9 at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chittagong.
“After the business meeting, meeting with a neighbour and valued friend…,” the PMO tweeted along with a photograph of the two leaders shaking hands.
With the BJP-led government trying to stop cattle from being smuggled out, prices have also gone up, on both sides of the border.
Gogoi, who feared that the Centre’s move will put the identity of Assamese people at stake, said that his government would not allow this to happen.
Hard-hitting limited-overs specialist Glenn Maxwell has also been included for his first Test.
Bangladesh regular cricketers such as Soumya Sarkar and Rubel Hossain have also been included in the squad.
In his statement, Rahi confessed his involvement in the gruesome killing, said Criminal Investigation Department (CID) Inspector Arman Ali.
The media head of the agency, Sohel Mahmud, in southeastern city of Chittagong told The Associated Press that Sakila Farzana, Liton and Bopon were arrested in the capital, Dhaka, late Tuesday.
Police would not provide other details about the arrests and whether the two were suspected of being directly involved in the attack.
Blogger Neel is the fourth blogger to have been killed since February this year.
The 40-year-old blogger was attacked by suspected al-Qaeda linked Islamists at their apartment here just after the Friday prayers.