Fast bowler S Sreesanth, who is stranded in the fixing case, has been in the spotlight nowadays. In July the fast bowler S Sreesanth was acquitted by a court in Kerala from the spot-fixing case in 2013 and had also removed the removed the lifetime ban that was posed on him by the BCCI.
But even after the Kerala court’s decision, the attitude of the BCCI is not changing for S Sreesanth. Because of this, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has still appealed against S Sreesanth in the High Court.
Big statement given by BCCI’s attitude
He is very disappointed by the appeal made by the BCCI against him in the High Court. As a result, he is giving different types of statements about the BCCI.
S Sreesanth has now given another big statement about the BCCI and IPL team Chennai Super Kings. In which he said that the BCCI is only questioning him in the spot-fixing case in 2013 and why the CSK players were not being questioned in the fixing case?
Only BCCI is responsible for blaming me alone
S Sreesanth, while claiming in a statement on the BCCI, said, “The BCCI is trying to save some of the names which are still playing international cricket for their respective countries. There are many people whose names were in the Delhi Police report, but still are playing international cricket and BCCI is not doing anything about it, BCCI is just determined to blame me. ”
Why CSK players were not interrogated
In his statement further, S Sreesanth further said in his statement about Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals: “The teams like CSK and Rajasthan Royals were banned for only two years and they are being given a place in the IPL again, is this right? Is this justice? I ask, when Chennai and Rajasthan were trapped in the spot fixing … why the CSK players were not interrogated. ”
Police deleted the names of other people
S Sreesanth also said that “Police asked about each and every player during the investigation and despite being involved in fixing, some of them are still playing some T20 League all over the world. During the investigation, the police removed the names of other convicts, on the BCCI’s call, and they are still playing for their respective country. ”
The Mudgal committee has now sought an inquiry into the players after the statements of Sreesanth and now there is a new turn in this fixing case.