BCCI: S Sreesanth’s ban ends here

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  INDIA, New Delhi: S Sreesanth’s ban ends here, Indian pacer ban for spot-fixing came to an end on Sunday. For a player seven years originally punishment meant to be for life.
Earlier the 37-year-old boy has already made it clear that he intends to resume at least his domestic career, but now after the end of the ban his home state Kerala has promised to consider him if he manages to prove his capability.
Sreesanth says ‘I m completely free of any charges and now he gonna represent the sport I love the most, I will give my very best to every ball I ball even if it’s just practice’, said S Sreesanth Twitter account on Friday, before a couple of days ends of his suspension.
“He also said that he just has another five to seven years maximum he will give the very best to any team he plays”.
Due to this COVID-19 pandemic situation, the Indian domestic season postponed. But it remains to be seen when Sreesanth exactly able to make a comeback if Kerela decides to give him a chance.
In August the Indian domestic season was about to start but the pandemic has left the schedule in complete disarray.
BCCI making all efforts to ensure that domestic cricket resumes and the condition gets normal, BCCI President Sourav Ganguly recently wrote in a letter to presidents and secretaries of its affiliated member associations.
In the year 2013 edition of the IPL Sreesanth’s life ban for alleged spot-fixing, I was reduced to  7 years by BCCI Ombudsman DK Jain.
By seeing that the cricketer is well past his Prime having already serve 6 years Dk Jain said the above and reduced it to 7 years.
BCCI banned Sreesanth in August 2013 along with his Rajasthan royal teammates Ankeet Chavan and Ajit Chandila.
On March 15 last year, the Supreme Court aside the BCCI disciplinary committee order and asked the board to reconsider the quantum of punishment.
S Sreesanth says “I will never ever cheat cricket even when I am playing a friendly match. I don’t ball easy ones for try to lose.. so please get that right with everyone “.
He played 27 tests and 53 ODIs for India, taking 87 and 75 wicket-takers respectively.
 He is a well-known wicket taken in 10 T20 Internationals.
However, we wish to make a comeback in Indian cricket as well as the IPL cricket team.

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