S Sreesanth, who was banned by BCCI for lifetime due to an alleged involvement in match fixing in IPL , said that all the charges against him are circumstantial and have got no proof. Speaking to Hindustan Times , he said that the court has still not mentioned him guilty and he will get a clean chit by the Court . 

Sreesanth said that the BCCI did not give him enough time to express himself , which Sreesanth states being only 5 minutes , and decided his fate on the basis of that. He siad that BCCI officials after having a meeting with him told him that BCCI would look into his matter and the outcome of the proceedings will be informed to him , but he added that not before he even reached his car from there, he was informed by the media persons that he has been banned for lifetime.

Sreesanth was playing for Rajasthan Royals when this betting scandal came into the news. He along with Ajit Chandela, Ankit Chavan and later Siddhartha Trivedi were banned, though for different time periods. Sreesanth was found guilty of signalling to the bookies with the help of his towel

Sreesanth feels that he still has some years of cricket left in him and is hoping to resume playing for Kerala as soon as possible.

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