Mohammad Aadil Aalam, who was arrested by the Nepal Police’s Central Investigation Bureau (CIB) on a spot-fixing charge, has been released on three lakh bail. He was arrested by Saptari Police on January 23 on the charge of fixing during the inaugural edition of the Nepal T20 League.
Nepal’s former star allrounder Mehboob Aalam was also arrested in the same case. Mehboob played a big role in fixing staying in India and was arrested from Morang.
Adil played for Janakpur Royals, while Mehboob was not part of any team. Aadil’s big no-ball was negatively famous throughout the tournament. However, Adil denied the accusation before the court.
As per HamroKhelkhud, The Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN)’s cricket manager Binod Das informed about the bail granted to Aadil and Mehboob.
Mehboob Alam is famous for picking up a 10-wicket haul in an international limited-over match. He did so against Mozambique in 2008. Aadil Aalam, on the other hand, has represented Nepal in six ODIs and eight T20Is. He is a pace bowling all-rounder and offers some Aggressive hittings down the order.