Where did Mohammad Rizwan of Pakistan reach to meet the rape accused cricketer? , Mohammad Rizwan meets Sandeep Lamichhane in Nepal

The Nepal Cricket Board has lifted the ban on Sandeep this week. However, he is currently prohibited from leaving the country.

Mohammad Rizwan reached Nepal

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Pakistan wicket keeper batsman Mohammed Rizwan Are on a trip to Nepal. After reaching Nepal, he met the cricket team there. During this, he also met Sandeep Lamichhane. Please inform that Sandeep Lamichhane has been accused of rape. Due to this allegation, he has been banned from playing cricket, although the ban has been lifted but the difficulties for Sandeep have not reduced yet. Meanwhile, Rizwan, who reached Nepal, met Sandeep.

After meeting the Nepal cricket team and Sandeep Lamichhane, Mohammad Rizwan also met the President of Nepal Cricket Association, Chatur Bahadur Chand. There was talk between the two about the development of cricket in the country. The President of Nepal Cricket Association disclosed the meeting between Rizwan and Lamichhane. He told that Rizwan had specifically requested him to meet Lamichhane.

Special request made to meet Sandeep

According to the president of Nepal Cricket Association, “Rizwan said that he has come to Nepal to meet Sandeep. This is because Nepali spinners cannot leave the country and go anywhere at the moment. Please tell that the work of both Rizwan and Sandeep is looked after by the same sports management company named Saya Corporation.

Ban removed from Sandeep, accused of rape

The Nepal Cricket Board has lifted the ban on Sandeep this week. He was accused of rape by a 17-year-old girl in a hotel room in Kathmandu, after which Sandeep was banned and had to go to jail. Although he has been released on bail only last month.

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The President of the Cricket Association of Nepal told that Sandeep Lamichhane has now got permission to return to the field. He told that after the allegation, we banned Sandeep, but on the basis of the new decision, the ban imposed on him has been lifted.