World Cup trophy to be on display at Padma Bridge

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The legendary piece of silverware that will be used to decide the winner of the ICC Cricket World Cup is scheduled to arrive in Bangladesh on August 7. The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has made preparations for an exhibition of the trophy during its three-day stay in the nation.

The departure of the trophy from the nation is slated for August 9th.

In accordance with the strategy that we have in place at the moment, we will most certainly put it on display in a public location so that average citizens will have the chance to see it. Nizam Uddin Chowdhury Sujon, the CEO of the Bangladesh Cricket Board, made this announcement to the media on Tuesday. “In addition to that, we will also make sure that the BCB members and players get a chance,” he said.

Padma Bridge has been selected by the BCB as one of the exhibition destinations because of the organization’s intention to show the award at famous locations in the future.

The International Cricket Council has a requirement that whenever the trophy goes to a new country, the picture opportunities must take place in highly visible locations. In the past, we held a picture session in front of the building that houses the National Parliament. We want to organize a photo session on the Padma Bridge, which he referred to as “an iconic structure” and “the pride of the nation,” since it is our intention to do so.

On the second and third days of the tour, members of the general public will get the chance to see the trophy up close.

The World Cup trophy will be displayed inside of a retail mall according to our current plans. This is something that we have done in the past as well. We will make every effort to ensure that it is exhibited for an extended length of time so that a greater number of people have the chance to see it. “If that is the case, then it is highly likely that we will put the trophy on display either on the 8th or the 9th of August at a specific time,” added Sujon.

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