Shakib was banned from all forms of cricket on October 29 last year after he accepted the charges of breaching the ICC's Anti-Corruption Code.
Important thing is how well you return after making mistakes: Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan
Shakib is likely to return to international cricket during Bangladesh's proposed Test series against Sri Lanka in October.
Shakib was banned from all forms of the game for two years, one year of that suspended, in October 2019 for breaching ICC's Anti-corruption Code.
The 33-year-old all-rounder had a hugely successful World Cup in England last year, scoring 606 runs in eight matches at an average of 86.57, which included two centuries and five fifties.
Shakib Al Hasan has family for support during ban, I didn't: Ex-Bangladesh skipper Mohammad Ashraful
Ashraful was banned for five years in 2013, for his involvement in match-fixing and spot-fixing in Bangladesh Premier League.
Sourav Ganguly compared his becoming the board president with his being appointed captain, both at a crisis time for cricket.
The recent arrests in KPL have brought back memories of the corruption in Indian cricket in 2000s and in the 2013 IPL season. Now, mushrooming domestic leagues have brought in more money in the game,
Shakib's deputy Mahmudullah, who is known for his calm demeanour and finishing ability, was made the captain for the three T20Is.
Shakib is likely to miss the World Twenty20 in Australia too because his ban will not be over before the flagship event begins in Australia next year.
It has been a difficult few days for Bangladesh cricket as the team prepares to take on India in the first T20I in New Delhi on Sunday.
Shakib accepted charges of breaching the ICC Anti-Corruption Code and therefore does not have the right to appeal against the punishment, which could have been a maximum of five years.
Shakib, who has been found guilty of breaching the ICC Anti-Corruption Code, was on Tuesday charged for not reporting approaches from an alleged Indian bookie.
For not reporting corrupt appraoch, Shakib Al Hasan banned for two years by ICC from all cricketing activities
Shakib will miss next year's Indian Premier League and also the World T20 to be held in Australia from 18 October to 15 November 2020.
According to Bangladesh's CEO Chowdhury has said that no legal action will be taken against Shakib.
After going down to Afghanistan, experts had said that Bangladesh batsmen's lack of practice against wrist spinners resulted in their loss.