Let us first tell that the Kerala High Court had removed the Lifetime Ban from Sreesanth but after hearing again on the appeal of BCCI, the Kerala High Court reinstated the Lifetime Ban again. Cricketer Sreesanth, who has been banned from cricket by Cricket Control Board of India on the charge of fixing IPL spot-fixing, has indicated to play from another country.
On Thursday, They wrote on Twitter that this is the worst decision. Is there any special rule for me? What is the real culprit? What about Chennai Super Kings? And what about Rajasthan?. He further said that he will continue to fight for his rights. Sreesanth, while questioning the Cricket Control Board of India, asked if the Lodha Committee had handed over names of several accused named to the Supreme Court, then why is he being targeted?
Significantly, Sreesanth is alleged to have been involved in the IPL spot-fixing case in 2013. After being proved in the inquiry by the Board, Sreesanth was banned for a lifetime in 2013. However, after two years, the Delhi Police acquitted all the allegations raised by him, but the BCCI continued the ban.
Let me tell you that the reaction of the Cricket Control Board of India immediately after talking to Sreesanth about the second country. BCCI’s acting secretary Amitabh Chaudhary described Sreesanth as useless. He also said that the restricted cricketer could not play with any full member or the cricket association.
They said that I want to play cricket as a cricket fan. Not only that, Cricket Control Board of India is a private firm, it is we who call it an Indian cricket team but after all, the BCCI is a private body. During an event in Dubai, Sreesanth said on Friday that the Cricket Control Board of India has banned him, the ICC did not. If India could not play in India, then they could play from any other country. Because now he is 34 years old and he can now play for more than 6 years.