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Ankeet Chavan Asks BCCI To Remove His Life Ban From Playing Cricket

July 3, 2020

Written By,

Ankit Seth

Many of the cricket fans know that S Sreesanth is to make a rebound to serious cricket. Seeing this Ankeet Chavan has sent an email to BCCI as well to remove his ban. Moreover, he has sent a mail to his state body MCA.

Ankeet Chavan, the previous Mumbai and Rajasthan Royals player, has mentioned the BCCI and the Mumbai Cricket Association to re-examine his life-boycott, Cricbuzz has learnt. The spinner, alongside S Sreesanth and Ajit Chandila, was seen as associated with spot-fixing during the 2013 release by the BCCI disciplinary advisory group, with each of the three in this manner being prohibited forever.

In any case, in 2015, the Delhi court dropped all charges against the three players due to the absence of proof. Sreesanth effectively tested the boycott in the Supreme Court. And had it cut to seven years, which will end in September this year. He has likewise been remembered for the probables list for the Kerala side for the up and coming residential season.

This is the second time Chavan has asked MCA for help

This is the second time Chavan has asked MCA for help. In 2015, he had made an endeavor to have life boycott repudiated.

Chavan played three seasons in IPL – from 2011 to 2013 – and got eight wickets from 13 matches while speaking to Mumbai Indians and Rajasthan Royals. He has likewise played 18 top-notch matches and 20 List A games for Mumbai.

On Thursday, Ankeet said that he is asking to BCCI on comparable lines, if Sreesanth’s boycott is reevaluated, compassionately rethink (his boycott) too.

Chavan, a slow left-arm orthodox bowler, added that he didn’t get a reaction from the BCCI. So he needed to keep in touch with his parent body, which is the MCA. Thus he has composed on similar lines. Chavan stresses them to take his case to the BCCI, and his boycott can be rethought.

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Written By,

Ankit Seth