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Police in Kathmandu, Nepal, Arrest Cricket Team Captain on Rape Charges Relating to a Minor

The Caribbean Premier League (CPL) is the competition that Sandeep Lamichhane is participating in right now.

According to statements made by police on Thursday, a girl who is 17 years old has accused Sandeep Lamichhane, the captain of the Nepal cricket team, of raping her inside a hotel room in Kathmandu. On Tuesday, a girl in her teens went to the Gaushala Metropolitan Police Circle in Kathmandu and filed a first information report (FIR), in which she accused Lamichhane, who is 22 years old, of having raped her in a hotel room in Kathmandu around three weeks ago.

The girl was allegedly raped in a hotel in Kathmandu on the same day that Sandeep took her on a tour of several locations in Kathmandu and Bhaktapur on August 21, according to the case that was filed at the Police Circle Gaushala. The tour included locations in both Kathmandu and Bhaktapur.

The police, on the other hand, have stated that they are gathering evidence, including film from CCTV cameras, about the incident. They have also stated that nothing can be spoken until the situation has been thoroughly investigated.

Lamichhane is presently playing in the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) (CPL). His first significant achievement was becoming the first cricketer from Nepal to play in the Indian Premier League (IPL) when he made his debut for the Delhi Capitals franchise in the year 2018. This was his first major breakthrough.

It was just just announced that he would be leading Nepal’s national cricket team in its new role as captain.

Lamichhane, who has been accused of raping a juvenile, has, however, disputed the claims stating that he is innocent, according to a media report here that quoted the Cricket Association of Nepal. The report added that Lamichhane was denying the charges in order to protect his reputation (CAN).

He asserted his innocence when speaking on the phone with representatives of the Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN), who are in charge of the disciplinary process. He indicated that after the League was over, he would travel back to Nepal.

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