Until recently, Cricketer S Sreesanth was facing charges of links with a bookie and alleged role in IPL spot-fixing. For the first time ever, He spoke out about the mental trauma he went through after his arrest and during the time he spent in Tihar jail.Sreesanth: "Initially, I thought of committing suicide. My devotion to Lord Ettumanoorappan and Family's support helped me overcome it".
After given a clean-chit by the Delhi court, Sreesanth is keen on playing cricket again and already seeked an appointment of BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur for appealing him to lift ban on him at the earliest. Sreesanth, however, have no plans to approach court even if BCCI is reluctant to lift the ban. Instead, He wishes to wait for the moment he plays cricket again but wishes to start practicing after the life ban is lifted.