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‘Board will have to follow HC order on Sreesanth’

DNMUM394226 | 8/10/2017 | Author : Taus Rizvi | WC :598



Mumbai: Former India captain Mohammed Azharuddin said that the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) will have to follow the Kerala High Court’s order and revoke lifetime ban on fast bowler S Sreesanth.
“The BCCI will have to take a positive decision (on Sreesanth) if the court has given an order. I think if the court order has come then they have to follow it,” the stylish batsman of yesteryear said in a media interaction in Mumbai on Wednesday.
Azharuddin was banned by the BCCI in 2000 for his alleged involvement in match-fixing. However, the lifetime ban was declared illegal by the Andhra Pradesh high court in 2012.
About the prospects of Sreesanth coming back to international cricket, Azhar said, “He has lost four
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