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Beautiful judgement in Sreesanth's case, says his lawyer
COLOMBO, Aug 7: Indian pacer Sreesanth's family was on cloud nine when the Kerala High Court has asked the BCCI to lift his life-ban.

"Obviously it is a great news and we are all delighted with the news", his wife, Bhuvaneshwari, speaking from her home when Sreesanth was being interviewed by the media persons, said.

"Sree was in the court to-day and gave this good news", she added.

Sree was recently not allowed to play for Scottish club Glenrothes Cricket Club.

"He has a busy schedule days ahead. Don't know whether he would go there, but I want him to go there and play the matches", the wife said.

"It is an open invitation and he can come and play the matches", Eddie Gibbs, speaking from Scotland said exclusively. "However, there are only three games left of league season now. It seems little point for this season", he further added.

It is to be seen whether the BCCI would appeal or lift the ban, because despite the Court order in Mohammad Azharduddin case, the BCCI has not yet lifted the ban and has remained silent on its status.

"The Kerala High Court has given a beautiful judgement and we don't think the Indian cricket board would appeal against this", Sree's lawyer, Sivan Madathil, speaking exclusively from the Kerala High Court, said.

News Updated at : Tuesday, August 8, 2017
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