After the Kerala High Court gave a green signal to S Sreesanth, the fast bowler has been raring to make a comeback in the competitive cricket. Sreesanth was banned for life by the Board of Control for Cricket in India as they had found him guilty of spot fixing in the Indian Premier League in 2013.
One thought that Sreesanth could start playing Ranji Trophy after receiving a clean chit from the Kerala High Court. But the Board of Control for Cricket in India has decided to file a case against the same which has made it worse for the former Indian fast bowler.
What about CSK and Rajasthan Royals asks Sreesanth
It is not going to be an easy route back for Sreesanth in the Indian team and the BCCI is not in a mood to give him a free road to drive. Sreesanth had yesterday asked BCCI to give his livelihood back and had told them that they are not above God.
It has been a difficult period for Sreesanth and the road ahead is not going to be easy for him. The Kerala bowler had recently said that he dreams of playing for India in the 2019 World Cup but if the things keep going the way they are at the moment then the chances of that dream changing into a reality are bleak.
The BCCI has decided to challenge the decision made by the Kerala High Court and one of the BCCI officials had said in his statement that the board is firm on their zero tolerance policy. Sreesanth questioned the same as he tweeted that what about the ban on franchises like Rajasthan Royals and Chennai Super Kings which BCCI lifted.
Sreesanth tweet read as, “the board is firm on its zero tolerance policy on corruption and match-fixing,” he added.@bcci office?? Then what about Csk and Rajasthan?
Here is Sreesanth tweet
"the board is firm on its zero tolerance policy on corruption and match-fixing," he added.@bcci office?? Then what about csk and Rajasthan?
— Sreesanth (@sreesanth36) August 11, 2017