The manner in which premier batsman Tamim Iqbal pulled out of India series has led Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) president Nazmul Hasan to believe that there's a conspiracy behind the recent developments to sabotage the entire tour. <p></p> <p></p>Tamim, Hasan claims, had initially asked said he won't play the second Test of the India tour but later on, after a meeting with the on-strike Bangladesh cricketers, he opted out of the tour altogether. <p></p> <p></p>This was after Bangladesh cricketers went on strike asking BCB to agree to their 11-point demand which Hasan says is just part of the conspiracy. "You people (media) haven't yet seen anything about the India tour. Just wait and watch. If I am saying that I had specific information that this was a conspiracy to sabotage India tour, then you should believe me," Hasan told Bangladesh daily <em>Prothom Aalo</em> . <p></p> <p></p>He continued, "Tamim had initially told me that he will only skip the second Test (in Kolkata from November 22-26) for the birth of his second child. However after the meeting with players, Tamim comes to my room and said, he wants to opt out of whole tour. I asked him 'why so?' but he simply said he won't go." <p></p> <p></p>Bangladesh are due to arrive in India on Wednesday (October 30) but Hasan fears more players could pullout including captain Shakib Al Hasan. "Now after this, I won't be surprised if I find that someone else pulls out at the eleventh hour when we would be left with no other options. I have called Shakib to have a chat. Now if he also pulls out, where do I even find a captain? I might have to change whole combination. What do I even do with these players," he said. <p></p> <p></p>The players had called off the strike after BCB agreed to most of their demands but Hasan now feels he should have taken a different approach in dealing with the crisis. "I still can't believe it. I speak to them everyday. They didn't even intimate me before calling a strike. I feel that it was a mistake on my part to have agreed to their demands. I should have never done that," he said. <p></p> <p></p>He added, "I should have told the players, 'Unless you call off strike, we will not sit with you guys across the negotiation table. Speaking to various member boards, I felt that this should have been our approach but the media also created pressure on us." <p></p> <p></p>Bangladesh are to play three T20Is and two Test in India.