The BCCI now done it really transparent that it was not carrying second thoughts on revoking a anathema on former India pacer S Sreesanth and spinner Ankeet Chavan in a arise of a Delhi Court dropping all charges opposite them in a IPL 2013 spot-fixing case.
All a 36 indicted persons including Sreesanth, Chavan and Ajit Chandila were liberated in a IPL-6 mark regulating box by Patiala House Court final week though a Indian house had refused to lift their ongoing ban.
The Kerala Cricket Association had done a defence to a BCCI for permitting Sreesanth to play again though Thakur pronounced there will be no rethink on a life anathema of a dual cricketers.
“The progressing preference of BCCI’s disclipinary commitee anathema on this box will stay on,” Thakur told reporters.
“Disciplinary record are different, rapist record are different. The movement taken in a past were formed on a disciplinary movement for a indiscipline of these players, reports submmitted by a a anti-corruption unit. So a same preference of anathema will continue on these players,” he added.
All a 3 indicted cricketers had to spend time in jail during a march of investigation. Of a three, Sreesanth and Chavan are now portion life bans imposed by a BCCI after a liaison shook a high-profile league, while Chandila’s conference is still on.