S Sreesanth Ban reduced By BCCI today came as a big relief for the Indian Pacer. Indian team pacer S Sreesanth was banned by the BCCI in 2013. He was accused of being involved in spot-fixing. Along with him, his fellow players in Rajasthan Royals Ajit Chandila and Ankit Chavan were also banned for the same reason.
Since then, Sreesanth has been fighting for the removal of Ban.
The ban imposed on S Sreesanth in September 2013 has been announced to end next year. Retired Justice DK Jain, the Ombudsman of the BCCI, has said Sreesanth Ban reduced to 7 years and it is going to end in September next year. Jain said in the order issued on 7 August.
S Sreesanth, who is 36 years old and his best career as a fast bowler, has ended. He was banned by the BCCI on 13 September 2013. He was barred from participating in any activities related to the BCCI. ‘
Supreme Court has already removed S Sreesanth Ban
The Supreme Court of India in March this year lifted the life ban imposed on him in the IPL spot-fixing case. The court had asked the BCCI to undergo disciplinary action. Now the BCCI will allow him to play after a 7-year ban.
Along with this, the BCCI was asked to give its decision in the next three months. After the ban is lifted, S Sreesanth can make a place in the Indian team along with any BCCI tournament.
The career of Sreesanth So far
Kerala’s fast bowler S Sreesanth played his first match for India in 2005 against Sri Lanka. He took two wickets in this match. In his career, he has played 27 Tests, 53 ODIs and 10 T20 matches.
He was also a part of the 2007 World T20 as well as the World Cup 2011 winning Indian team. He will be 37 next year and in such a situation it is not going to be easy for him to return. He had also earlier sought permission to play abroad.
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