Despite being acquitted in an IPL spot-fixing case in July 2015, the BCCI had not revoked the life ban imposed on him.
The Kerala High Court today sought the BCCI's stand on a plea by cricketer Sreesanth challenging the life ban imposed upon him by the game's governing body after detection of the 2013 IPL-6 spot-fixing scandal.
In a major verdict in the Indian Premier League spot-fixing case on Saturday, the MCOCA court at Delhi's Patiala House cleared all accused, including three Rajasthan Royals players S Sreesanth, Ajit Chandil and Ankeet Chavan, of charges.
Joint Commissioner of Police (Crime) Himanshu Roy showed up before the committee in a five-star hotel where he and his team submitted evidence gathered, particularly against BCCI chief N Srinivasan's son-in-law Meiyappan, to the panel, police sources said.
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"I got bail yesterday. I am confident of getting a clean chit... Even my enemies should not suffer this fate," Sreesanth said, adding he had no role in the spot-fixing episode.
Former secretary to Board of Control for Cricket in India met officials from Delhi Police to help them understand BCCI's role in the tripartriate agreement between Rajasthan Royals and the three arrested cricketers.
Sibal has emphasised that there was a need for a separate law to deal with the menace of fixing in cricket as the Indian Penal Code does not recognise match fixing and spot fixing as offences.
Law Minister Kapil Sibal has consulted Sports minister Jitendra Singh and the new bill will likely be introduced in the next session of parliament.
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