A Dhaka court on Wednesday cleared Bangladesh cricketer Rubel Hossain for travelling abroad, three days after he was conceded safeguard for a situation recorded under the Women and Children Repression Prevention Act.
Metropolitan justice Rashed Talukder passed the request in the wake of listening to a supplication proceeded onward benefit of Rubel in his vicinity at the boss metropolitan judge’s court. It additionally pardoned him from showing up under the watchful eye of the court for further processes.
Rubel avoided Bangladesh’s preparation session at the Shere Bangla National Stadium to go to court. The BCB will now request his World Cup visa with the Australian high commission.
Rubel was imprisoned on January 8 after he couldn’t secure abandon that day. After three days he was conceded safeguard until the police submitted the chargesheet to the court. Rubel had, on December 15, been conceded four weeks of expectant safeguard.
This came two days after the complainant, a performer, had documented the body of evidence against Rubel with Mirpur police headquarters on charges of making false guarantees of marriage.