Pending case of Sport fixing in IPL by Rajasthan Royals team member has been resolved on Saturday. In which Sreesanth and his team-mates from the Rajasthan Royals, Ajit Chandila and Ankeet Chavan, were accused of cheating in 2013. These players were arrested in 2013Â along with more than a dozen bookkeepers as part of a police investigation into spot fixing.
On Saturday, a Delhi court dropped all charges against S Sreesanth and his previous Rajasthan Royals partners Ankeet Chavan and Ajit Chandila in the 2013 IPL spot-fixing case. The players kept up their innocence and on Saturday a court dropped all charges because of absence of any evidence towards them.
Spot-fixing includes illicitly rigging parts of a match, for instance by timing the conveyance of a conscious wide or no-ball, to advantage for bookmakers or those betting on matches. Sreesanth, who spoke to India in 27 Tests and 53 one-day internationals, was claimed to have failed to meet expectations in return for cash in an IPL match.
Sreesanth said that it was the worst experience of my life to engulf into such matter, I am really happy to come out from this dizzying matter. After these entire hectic schedule he said â€œIt a huge reliefâ€.
“I have nothing against anybody. God willing I will return to cricket,” he told India’s NDTV network.
We Hope all Sreesanth fan would happy to know this news, He will be back on the path that followed to the best for Indian Cricket team.
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