Ex-cricketer Sreesanth’s wife Bhuvneshwari has penned an emotional letter for her husband stating how a wrong accusation falsely can damage one’s life. IN her letter she stalks about the match-fixing accusation and in the end requests BCCI to “relive his life which is cricket”. Her post reads, “I am writing this with a very heavy heart as it breaks me to pieces to see Sree thinking or talking about worst days of his life. I wish and pray no one ever goes through what he and his family went through. The IPL spot-fixing case where Sree was accused of taking Rs 10 lakh from bookie to concede 14 runs or more in a particular over in Mohali and giving a signal by wearing towel according to Delhi police. The fact is he never gave 14 runs. Anyone who knows cricket can understand that Sree did not give runs in first few balls and there were no no balls or wide balls too… Sreesanth has been discharged from all the fixing charges in 2015.”
Bhuvneshwari Seeks Justice For Sreesanth Through Letter
— Bhuvneshwari Sreesanth (@Bhuvneshwarisr1) November 27, 2018
In 2013, dduringIPL match where Sreesanth was playing for Rajasthan Royals he was accused of spot-fixing. However, in the year 2015 all charges against him were cleared. On the other side, Rajasthan Royals co-owner Raj Kundra admitted to the court of betting wherein a life ban was imposed on him subsequently.