Indian Cricket Player Sreesanth Joins BJP, to Contest Kerala Assembly Elections
Cricketer S Sreesanth has purportedly joined the BJP tonight and is liable to challenge the up and coming Kerala Assembly races from Thiruvananthapuram.
The Central Election Committee of the gathering met tonight at the BJP home office in New Delhi to conclude the rundown of possibility for Kerala.
Santakumaran Srisant is a previous Indian cricketer. He was a right-arm quick medium-pace bowler and a privilege gave tail-ender batsman. In top of the line cricket, he played for Kerala and in the Indian Premier League, he played for Rajasthan Royals. He is likewise the primary Kerala Ranji player to have played Twenty20 cricket for India. In September 2013, he was banned for life from playing Cricket by the BCCI, for his contribution in spot-altering in the 2013 IPL season. Sreesanth is making his introduction as an on-screen character in the up and coming motion picture Big Picture.
Sreesanth is noted for his overflowing and enthusiastic conduct, particularly whilst engaging for and praising wickets. He has been cautioned a few times for indiscipline both on and off the cricket field, and much of the time fined for abusing the player conduct rules of the International Cricket Council. In October 2009, the BCCI issued a last cautioning to Sreesanth that any redundancy of his set of principles infringement may bring about extraordinary activities, for example, a restriction from residential cricket. In this manner, the Kerala Cricket Association additionally issued a last cautioning over rehashed infringement of their implicit rules after Sreesanth neglected to turn up at the Kerala Ranji Trophy group camp in Kannur.
In November 2009, be that as it may, after over year and a half of oversight from the national group, Sreesanth was reviewed to the Test squad for the initial two matches against Sri Lanka. He swapped Ishant Sharma for the second Test in Kanpur, where his five wicket pull in the main innings of the match earned him the Man of the Match grant and offered India to win the Test some assistance with matching by an innings and 144 runs.