The spot-fixing gambling scandal took place in 2013 by the Indian Cricket Board, which was held in the 20-over cricket series in IPL.
Rajasthan Royals players Sreesanth, Aneet Chavan and Ajith Chandila were arrested in connection with the incident. In this case, a total of 36 persons, including players and gamblers, were charge sheeted. The BCCI extended lifetime ban for three players.
In this case, a total of 36 persons, including players and gamblers, were charge sheeted. The BCCI extended lifetime ban for three players.
The Delhi Patiala Court, which investigated the case, told the court that the police had not submitted any evidence to the allegations against three of the criminals. However, the BCCI refused to remove their lifetime ban.
Sreesanth’s case was filed in the Kerala High Court against this. The Kerala High Court ordered the Indian Cricket Board to remove the ban imposed on Sreesanth. .
Sreesanth has expressed his gratitude , who has expressed his love for me and his support, on his twitter page after the Kerala High Court judgment.
The Kerala Cricket Association has welcomed the decision to remove the ban on Sreesanth.
The BCCI’s decision to remove a lifetime ban against Srikanth is expected to wait for the matter and the BCCI’s jurisdiction is fully examining the verdict.