Life ban on cricketer Sreesanth set aside by Supreme Court

Life ban on cricketer Sreesanth set aside by Supreme Court

Life ban on cricketer Sreesanth set aside by Supreme Court

In the meantime, it has been learned that the Supreme Court revoked the life ban imposed on the Kerala cricketer.

Sreesanth celebrates his lifetime ban life on playing cricket, his co Big Boss 12 Contestants like Deepak Thakur, Jasleen Matharu and others wish him.

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S Sreesanth, the tainted Indian fast bowler, was charged with the crime of spot-fixing during the 2013 edition of the cash-rich Indian Premier League (IPL) when he represented the Rajasthan Royals (RR). Supreme Court had given three months time to decide the quantum of the punishment. "It's a huge relief".

The BCCI had on February 28 told the apex court that the life ban imposed on Sreesanth was "fully sustainable in law" as he had "tried to influence" a match. I have been keeping myself fit and practising regularly. The BCCI, however, had refused to alter its disciplinary decision of life ban on Sreesanth even after the trial court's verdict. "So I hope they do the justice, and you all again pray for us", said Bhuvaneswari during the talk.

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Including Sreesanth, 36 people were accused in the spot-fixing case, and were later discharged by a Patiala House court in July, 2015. On September 13, 2013, BCCI was found Sreesanth guilty on all the three counts - corruption, betting and bringing disrepute to the game - and imposed the lifetime ban on him.

Sreesanth then approached the Kerala High Court seeking that the ban on him be lifted. However, in two months, the High Court allowed BCCI's appeal and restored the ban. The Delhi Police had subsequently challenged the decision in Delhi High Court.

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