‘Mashrafe’s bracelet will be gifted back to him again’
Mashrafe bin Mortaza has decided to auction off his favorite bracelet for raising funds to support people affected by COVID-19. The bracelet was sold for a massive price of TK 42 lakh during an auction on Sunday night. However, the bracelet was gifted back to Mashrafe by the buyer Mominul Islam.
The auction of bracelets started at 9:30 pm and ends at 12:45 am on Sunday night. Having a base price of taka five lakh, the bracelet was bought for a massive price of taka 42 lakh by the ‘Bangladesh Leasing and Finance Company Association’, an association of financial institutions in Bangladesh.
“We would like to give the bracelet back to Mashrafe again. The bracelet of our favorite captain will be with him. If the situation is normal, we will hand over the bracelet to Mashrafe by a formal ceremony,” said the Chairman of the buying company.
Earlier, Bangladeshi all-under Shakib Al Hasan sold one of his bats for 20 lakh at an auction to fight against coronavirus. Mushfiqur Rahim has sold his first double century bat in the Tests at auction for 17 lakh taka. Besides, a few more players in Bangladesh have sold their favorite souvenirs at auction.