Supreme Court restores BCCI on the life ban of S. Sreesanth
Sreesanth can reconsider the punishment sentence given within three months.
new Delhi. The Supreme Court has ordered the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to reconsider the lifelong ban on S Sreesanth. S Sreesanth said, "If Leander Paes can win the Grand Slam at the age of 42, how can I not play cricket at the age of 36?"
Mumbai's spinner Ankit Chavan, Ajit Chandila of Haryana and BCCI's disciplinary committee on Sreesanth had banned playing cricket, after which the players had challenged the decision in the court. The bench of Justice Ashok Bhushan and Justice KM Joseph said That the disciplinary committee of BCCI can reconsider within three months on the period of punishment awarded to Sreesanth.
"For 6 years I have not played cricket, which is my life"
After the relief decision from the Supreme Court, Sreesanth said, "I do not know what will happen in life after so many years, six years have passed and I have not played cricket which was my life. I hope that BCCI country Let me honor the decision passed by the Supreme Court and allow me to return to the cricket ground. Hopefully at least I can now go to the cricket ground of the school. No one can tell me that I am not allowed to do this. I want to play as much cricket as I can. "