Out of favor Indian pace bowler S Sreenath has hit headlines once again as the board BCCI and Committee of Administrators (CoA) appointed by Supreme Court remain silent on his case.
The talented pace bowler was banned by BCCI in 2013 after allegedly involved in spot fixing scandal in Indian Premier League. However, the Kerela pacer was given clean chit by Delhi high court as the apex body cleared him off all the charges.
But the major problem for the bowler, since then, is the board which has provided on any update whether he can play any competitive cricket as he remain on the sidelines despite coming out clean from the allegations made on him.
The 34-year old has recently applied to BCCI for NOC (No Objection Certificate) as he is keen to restart his career by playing some domestic cricket in Scotland but the board has refused his application as they remain keen to stand firm on their prior decision.
Sreesanth, who was clearly angry with the move made by BCCI, has once again approached Kerela high court and dragged BCCI and CoA into the matter. The board have reportedly discussed on the matter in their recent meeting but they have not made any conclusion so far.
“The committee members have discussed and have noted the same in the minutes. There may be some development and a new disciplinary committee may be formed but there has been no change in their present stand,” said a source as per the quotes in Deccan Chronicle.