The life ban imposed by the Board of Control for Cricket in India on former Team India pacer S. Sreesanth will stay. The Board of Control for Cricket in India’s (BCCI) life restriction on previous quick bowler S Sreesanth will proceed after a Division Bench of Kerala High Court permitted the Indian cricket board’s allure against a solitary judge request of putting aside the suspension, today (October 17).
A baffled Sreesanth took to his Twitter record to state he will “continue battling” to get the boycott lifted.
“This is the most noticeably awful choice ever..special run for me?what about genuine culprits?What about Chennai super Kings? Furthermore, shouldn’t something be said about Rajasthan ?,” he composed, addressing BCCI.
In another tweet, he stated, “At any rate, the sum total of what I have is my family and loads of dear ones who still trust in me. I will continue battling and ensure I don’t surrender..”
In August, the Kerala High Court had requested BCCI to lift the life prohibition on Sreesanth. The Indian cricket board had claimed against this decision.
Sreesanth, alongside his Rajasthan Royals (RR) colleagues Ajit Chandila and Ankit Chavan was prohibited for life in 2013 for their claimed contribution in spot-settling in the Indian Premier League (IPL).
A few contentions have hit IPL. Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and Rajasthan Royals (RR) were suspended for a long time for defilement. They will come back to IPL crease one year from now.
Speaking to the media, Kerala Cricket Association secretary Jayesh George said the KCA was supporting S. Sreesanth ever since the ban was lifted.
“We had made arrangements for him to undergo a full fitness test so as to make him match fit. Now with this verdict, we will now have to respect it,” said George.
S. Sreesanth is very angry and shows his anger through a series of tweets which you can check on his twitter handle.
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