New Delhi: In the IPL spot-fixing case, the Supreme Court has removed lifetime restrictions in the IPL spot-fixing case by cricketer S Sreesanth. In addition, the Supreme court has also ordered the BCCI should rethink its punishment and decide on it in three months.
The lower court has cleared charges in 2015 related to spot-fixing and Sreesanth is currently facing life bans because of the involvement in the spot-fixing case.
A bench of the Supreme Court, headed by Justice Ashok Bhushan, asked the BCCI to decide afresh on the point of quantum of punishment given to S Sreesanth https://t.co/tYPkyXTX59
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Actually, Sreesanth had argued to the Supreme Court that why the life ban was not removed when I got relief from the lower court and the High Court. After this, the Supreme Court removed the lifelong ban while giving judgment in favour of Sreesanth, but BCCI should decide on it in three months.
After this decision, Sreesanth thanked his lawyers. He welcomed the decision of the Supreme Court. Sreesanth said that he is ready to return to the ground.
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