Belfast/Kathmandu: Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN) on Friday consummated a agreement of inhabitant group physio Aijaz Bashir Ashai after a Indian was indicted of intimately assaulting a womanlike masseuse in a Northern Ireland hotel where he and his group members were staying.
The occurrence took place on Tuesday during a La Mon Hotel in Belfast. Ashai had to seem in shackles during Ards Magistrates Court on Wednesday after spending a night in custody, a Belfast Telegraph reported.
The 42-year-old was with a Nepalese group that is competing in a World Twenty20 Qualifier being played in Northern Ireland, Ireland and Scotland.
CAN Acting General Secretary Uttam Karmacharya pronounced Ashai’s agreement was consummated with evident effect. “As Ashai has been charged with molestation, we have motionless to pause with a physio from today.”
According to a report, a deputy told a justice that a physio wanted a full physique massage and notwithstanding carrying been asked to enclose his underwear, he attended though them.
Ashai told a masseuse he was pang in a buttock and groin area and grabbed her hands and forced them in between his legs while in a state of arousal. Ashai, who hails from Mumbai, after apologised to a masseuse and offering her a tip of 10 pounds that she refused.
Ashai’s counsel pronounced he did go in for a massage though denied carrying forced himself on a masseuse.
The boss and partner manager of a Nepalese group attended a justice proceedings, as did a event’s relationship manager Christopher Elliot.
The counsel also pronounced a Nepalese group were prepared to arrange and compensate for another hotel accommodation until a box was finished and dusted with.
With a perspective to securing bail, he pronounced a room had been requisitioned in another hotel where Ashai’s effects could be transferred.
But Deputy District Judge Joe Rice pronounced she did not wish Ashai to be in a hotel that had convenience comforts for a risk of serve committing another offence.
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The counsel reportedly concluded to a bail residence in Newtownards that is walking stretch to a military hire and a court. Rice gave Ashai bail for 2,500 pounds on a condition that a Nepal group board a money collateral that he will reside during a new hotel, news to a military thrice a week, obey his pass and make no hit with a witnesses.
The box was shelved to Aug 12.
Ashai is also a conduct physio of a Indian rugby group and a West Zone Deodhar Trophy cricket team.
He is a Head of Department, Advanced Physiotherapy in Ortho, Neuro and Sports Rehabilitation in Saifee Hospital, Mumbai. Ashai also runs his possess aptness and sports reconstruction centre.