Mehidy Hasan and Taijul Islam were named concussion substitutes for Liton and Nayeem respectively after both batsmen picked up knocks on the helmet by Mohammed Shami deliveries.
Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is on a day's visit to the city to inaugurate India's maiden day-night test match against Bangladesh at the iconic Eden Gardens stadium.
India is taking on Bangladesh in its first-ever pink- ball Test match, seven years after the International Cricket Council (ICC) gave its approval to the format.
More than 1.1 million Rohingya are currently residing in Bangladesh with 700,000 of them coming following the crackdown by the Myanmar Army in August 2017.
India and Bangladesh will be playing their first-ever pink-ball Test at the Eden and Hasina will be among a starry gathering which will also include West Bengal governor Jagdeep Dhankar.
The South Asian nation has been ravaged by Islamist extremism since the late 1990s after jihadists who fought in the war in Afghanistan alongside the Mujahideen and Taliban returned home.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Tuesday banned Shakib for two years, with one year of that suspended, after he accepted three charges of breaching the ICC Anti-Corruption Code.
Sheikh Hasina has guided her country’s policy wisely and adroitly, making Bangladesh the best performing economy in Asia.
The boycott plan was announced by the country's top players such as Test and T20 captain Shakib Al Hasan, Mahmudullah and Mushfiqur Rahim at a press conference in Dhaka.
Sheikh Hasina also extended her invitation to Congress leader Rahul Gandhi and party's General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra.
Earlier in the day, Hasina had met Congress president Sonia Gandhi along with other leaders of the party.
The high-profile head of the Dhaka youth wing of Hasina's Awami League party, was arrested with one of his associates, Bangladesh's elite security force said.
During the meeting, party sources told media that the Congress leaders are expected to discuss ways to further strengthen bilateral ties between the two countries.
Government sources said the Indian side conveyed to Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina that publication of the NRC was a court-monitored process and the final scenario on the issue is yet to emerge.
The joint statement issued after talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said the tranche of aid will comprise tents, relief and rescue material.