Sabbir Rahman was also slapped with a six-month ban from the domestic game and a fine of two million taka ($24,000) over the incident.
Sabbir was also aggressive during his interaction with match referee Showkatur Rahman when the duo discussed the matter on Day 3 of the match. Sabbir is being for a level-4 offence and is likely to be handed out a heavy punishment if found guilty.
All Sabbir Rahman did was to say that he could become a batsman like Virat Kohli.
Australian off-spinner Nathan Lyon claimed five wickets on a turning pitch but Bangladesh fought back to reach 253-6 at stumps on the opening day of the second Test.
Bangladesh's attacking batting brought equal aggression from the Indian captain.
Tamim Iqbal struck 127 while Shakib Al Hasan and Sabbir Rahman added 72 and 54 runs respectively as Bangladesh posted 324-5. In reply, Sri Lanka were bowled out for 234 runs.
India followed up their Twenty20 series victories against Australia and Sri Lanka with a dominant performance in the Asia Cup. Mahendra Singh Dhoni's side is tipped to be the favourites to lift the
Bangladesh beat Sri Lanka by 23 runs, largely thanks to a whirlwind innings from Sabbir Rahman, who scored a 54-ball 80, as Bangladesh powered to 147 for seven. Sri Lanka after a good start could only manage 124 for eight in 20 overs.
Bangladesh rode on a blistering 54-ball 80 from Sabbir Rahman to help hosts register a stunning 23-run win over Sri Lanka in the Asia Cup.
Opener Vusi Sibanda struck 44 off 33 balls and Malcolm Waller hammered 49 off 23 as Zimbabwe posted 187-6 before restricting Bangladesh to 156-6 in a packed Sheikh Abu Nasir Stadium.