Lamichhane denied US visa for T20 World Cup

Sandeep Lamichhane's prospects of making the T20 World Cup 2024 received a jolt after he was denied a US visa. Cricket had reported last week that he was in line to be considered for Nepal's squad for the T20 World Cup, to be played in the USA and the West Indies from June 1, after he had been acquitted of rape charges. "Also, the @USEmbassyNepal repeated the experience what they moved in 2019, they denied my Visa for the T-20 World Cup occurring in USA and West Indies. Sad. I'm sorry to all the well wishers of Nepal Cricket," Lamichhane posted on X (previously Twitter) on Wednesday. The last date for sheets to present their last crews to the ICC is May 25. Cricket gave arriving at a shot to Cricket Relationship of Nepal (CAN) yet will be yet to get a reaction about their future strategy. Lamichhane had gotten nine wickets in the T20 World Cup Asia Qualifiers last year, the most for Nepal, and that fixed their spot for the competition legitimate. Nepal's temporary crew is as of now in the Caribbean and has been preparing in St Vincent. They will before long venture out to the USA for their two warm-ups on May 27 and 30 against Canada and USA separately, both in Dallas. Their most memorable match in the headliner is on June 4 against Netherlands in Dallas. Last week, the Patan High Court in Nepal cleared Lamichhane of assault due to "an absence of proof", permitting him to continue playing cricket with quick impact. "Since the high court has cleaned Sandeep Lamichhane off of the multitude of claims, he is currently cleared to play all types of cricket," a CAN representative had said then, at that point. On January 10, a solitary appointed authority seat of the Kathmandu court had viewed Lamichhane to be unquestionablyliable of assaulting a 18-year-elderly person and condemned him and furthermore fined him roughly USD 2255, requesting him to pay roughly USD 1500 in remuneration to the person in question. On the next day, CAN suspended him. Toward the beginning of September 2022, Lamichhane, then, at that point, the Nepal chief, was suspended by Could interestingly after a capture at any point warrant was given against him in Kathmandu over the matter. It followed the news that an objection against Lamichhane had been stopped in a Kathmandu police headquarters. At that point, Lamichhane was in the West Indies with Jamaica Tallawahs participating in CPL 2022. The club declared that Lamichhane would leave the competition with prompt impact. After arriving at the air terminal in Kathmandu toward the beginning of October, he had been arrested. He got back to the Nepal side in February last year - in the midst of fights from privileges bunches at home - for a Cricket World Cup Association 2 tri-series at home, against Namibia and Scotland, during which resistance players didn't welcome him previously or after the games. Accordingly, he was not considered for Nepal's crew for the Cricket World Cup Association 2 tri-series in Dubai in mid 2023, however joined the group later as a physical issue substitution. He has kept on showing up for Nepal from that point forward, including at the ODI World Cup qualifier in Zimbabwe in June-July last year and the ODI Asia Cup in August-September.