NCAAs World Cup Qualifier in India, which is held every two years, has been cancelled and the 2021 tournament in Bangladesh has been suspended after clashes between Indian police and protesters.
The two-day tournament in the northeastern state of Assam was scheduled to be held on October 30 and November 4.
It was cancelled by the Indian Cricket Association on Saturday, citing safety concerns.
The tournament is a one-day event that is not open to the public and the Indian government has decided to cancel the 2019 tournament due to the security concerns.
In August last year, Indian police fired tear gas at hundreds of protesters who gathered in the state capital, Dhaka.
The protests in Bangladesh also erupted when a Bangladeshi cricket team was playing against Indian team in the Bangladesh Premier League.
A day after the Bangladesh-India game, a Bangladee woman died after she was beaten by police.
On Friday, protesters clashed with police and set fire to an Indian flag at a railway station in the city of Dhaka, prompting the Indian prime minister to cancel a planned visit.
“We will not be playing in the NcaA 2021 World T20.
We have cancelled the tournament for 2021,” the Indian Prime Minister Sushma Swaraj said in a statement.