Supreme Court Cricketer S. Sreesanth has given great relief in Lifetime Ban case. On Friday, the court decided to suspend the Lifetime Ban on them. With this, the BCCI has asked to take a decision on this matter within 3 months. Until the decision of BCCI, Sreesanth will not be able to play.
After the name was revealed in spot-fixing in the IPL, BCCI imposed a Lifetime Ban on him. In his decision, the court said, “The sentence given to Sreesanth is more. BCCI should rethink their punishment and decide on it within 3 months. ”
At the same time, the court also made it clear that Sreesanth’s statement is absolutely wrong that the BCCI does not have the right to punish him. In any case, BCCI has the right to take disciplinary action on the cricketer. ‘
Sreesanth has expressed satisfaction over the decision of the court in talks with our colleague Times of India. He said, “Supreme Court has given me a lifeline. This will help me to get my lost respect. ‘
The 36-year-old bowler from Kerala said, “I have started practicing and hopefully I will be playing cricket soon.” The fast bowler playing 27 Tests, 53 ODIs and 10 T20 Internationals for India, requested the BCCI not to take the entire 90 days to make a decision on his punishment.
Sreesanth, who took 169 wickets in international cricket, said he has been waiting for a long time. He said, ‘I have waited too long. I am waiting for about six years. ” He said that I want to start playing club cricket and I hope to play in the Scottish league starting in April.
After the court’s decision, it is not decided whether this fast bowler is ready to play cricket at any domestic or international level. The court has given the BCCI three months time and the BCCI will also decide on the time of the sentence. Lifetime bans have been lifted on them, but the BCCI will again take a decision on the new timeline of punishment.
Sreesanth was trapped in IPL spot-fixing case in IPL 2013. Then this player was part of the Rajasthan Royals. Earlier, the Kerala High Court had upheld the life ban imposed by BCCI on Sreesanth. This decision was challenged by Sreesanth in the top court. With Sreesanth, Ajit Chandela and Ankit Chauhan of Rajasthan Royals were also banned. With this, Rajasthan Royals and Chennai Super Kings were banned from IPL for two years.