Nepal Rhinos Cricket Club, a club also involving former national cricket team players, have chipped in a collective amount of Rs 105,000 for the treatment of ailing Province 2 cricketer Kundan Singh Rajput.
Rajput has been suffering from kidney ailment and is currently underoing dialysis at the Janakpur Regional Hospital. The opener had played from Janakpur in the Prime Minister Cup One Day National cricket tournament of 2018.
Having already lost his mother and father some 11 months ago, he was diagnosed with kidney problems and needs a transplant. Former Nepal opener Kaniska Chaugain, Rakesh Karn, Badran Chalise, Anunaya Basnet, Bantu Bataju, Sagar Panta raised the fund for Kundan’s treatment. Both of his kidneys are not functioning.
Meanwhile, Nepal Cricket Club Dhoha, Qatar has also provided Bigyan Karki, who has been initiating in raising fund for Kundan, with Rs 78,976 for the treatment. The club also played a charity game to raise funds for the cricketer.
Previously, Adelaide Nepalse Cricket Association in Australia had also donated for Kundan. More than 1.3 million Nepali rupees have already been raised for Kundan’s treatment who is currently looking for a donor. His medical expenses, once he goes through transplant, will cover around Rs 2 million.