The cricket player of Nepal, Lalit Bhandari is stable and recovering after medical treatment.

Bhandari suffered injuries on hands and leg when a truck hit his motorcycle while he was travelling from Mahendranagar to Dhangadhi. He also lost conscious and was hospitalised at Nisarg Hospital in Dhangadhi. After regaining conscious he was shifted to Kohalpur Medical College in Banke for better treatment. His both hands and leg were operated and he is in stable condition now.

The details were disclosed by the Cricket Association of Nepal and Paras Khadka – Captain Nepal Cricket Team.

On behalf of allPlayers,would like to sincerely thank all medical officials at Nisarga hospital DHANGADI,KOHALPUR…

Posted by Paras Khadka on Monday, September 14, 2020

The 28 years old Bhandari started his ICC List A career during the ICC World Cricket League Championship 2017. He collected two wickets during the Netherlands versus visiting Nepal ODI One Day International series 2018. He served as a left-arm seamer for victory of his team. Further he played for Nepal against MCC at Lords Stadium during 2018.

Paras Khadka is collecting help for his teammate Bhandari.

On behalf Of Cricket Players Association Nepal(CPAN), under Manish Raj Pandey’s leadership ,we have decided to pledge…

Posted by Paras Khadka on Monday, September 14, 2020