Is Sreesanth really innocent?

on Jul 01, 2013 , 11:43 am
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Quite surprising that after all the tapes, proofs and evidences against him in the spot fixing scandal, Team India player Sreesanth is still maintaining that that he has been true to cricket and hopes to play again.

I don't understand why at the time when he should be guilty, he is coming up with such statements. Is he trying to get sympathy votes now? Do you think Sreesanth is innocent?
Nikhil Raj
He is innocent..Its unfortunate to ban him,such a passionate cricker...will miss him
on Feb 27, 2014 , 11:37 pm
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Golden Daffodils
Entire IPL is a market place for big politicians and business man to do money laundering, it is never a game but an entertainment, Sreesanth is an easy prey to be dragged into conspiracy , he is painted as the culprit to save the face of all other big Fish while he was trapped to save other faces...Pitty to media for not bring true news but media is one sided and not credible.
on Feb 25, 2014 , 04:53 pm
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Ligin Sgeorge
we've critisized him for even being agressive against sachin while bowling to him. but that shows his attitude towards the game, how deeply he involves himself while bowling that he does'nt care the batsman. i cannot belive that he have cheated cricket
on Sep 14, 2013 , 08:40 am
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Arorav
As they say "innocent until proven guilty". The current system is so sluggish that all enquiries documents and tapes will be covered with dust but without any decision for years. So why not stick to "not guilty" statement till someone passes guilty verdict.
on Jul 02, 2013 , 09:55 pm
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Shashikanth Balepura
Definitely he is not innocent, he got into this mess because of his behavior only, he was easily trapped and the kind of wayward life he was leading, bookies was able to convince him to get into this job and his lust for money and his high profile spending life made it even worse, in our country there is a saying, you cannot call anybody guilty until proven, now all the proof what we are seeing is given by media, that should stand in the court of law.
on Jul 02, 2013 , 09:27 pm
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Akhilesh Pandey
NO
on Jul 02, 2013 , 06:52 pm
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Rajbir Singh Chaudhary
what is the need of conducting this kind of survey as every one knows what has happened in IPL and how much harm these people did to to a fantastic game cricket. If media will do practice like this, who will believe to media. Really no need to conducting this survey. You know law needs proof and so many criminals are living happy life after making big crimes as our law needs proofs which are very difficult to collect by police and they got puzzle in lengthy law practices and requirement but it means not that criminals are innocent. our nearby society knows that how many criminals are living there nearby and how to live with these facts. how could you forget this cheater to the game where at-least we have some faith. true cricket lover never forget these kind of people. if he returns to competitive cricket, it will be a huge-huge loss to the game. Rajbir Singh Chaudhary
on Jul 02, 2013 , 04:51 pm
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Priyanka Sharma replies to Rajbir Singh Chaudhary
What if he is being framed into all this and he is actually not involved in spot-fixing? What if the facts are presented in the wrong way?
on Jul 02, 2013 , 05:29 pm
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Rajagopal Gopalakrihnan Pothezhath
Sreesanth may or may not be involved. He should be be punished if his crimes are proved. The concept of civilized Law is that the punishment shouldn’t be more atrocious, cruel, barbarous, or brutal than the crime. The decision of Delhi/Mumbai police to have ‘invoked’ MCOCA falls against the spot-fixing alleged cricketers under such category….purely an unjust law more criminal than the alleged original crimes. This MAOCA is like the previous Maintenance of Internal Security Act (MISA), a controversial law passed by the Indian parliament in 1971. MISA allowed the law enforcement agencies super powers – indefinite “preventive” detention of individuals, search and seizure of property without warrants! Many young sons of India were jailed, tortured, perished, sacrificed and were killed under MISA. They all died cursing their fate for taking birth in India. Even Idi Amin Dada of Uganda or Saddam Hussain of Iraq wouldn’t have introduced such unjust laws such as MISA and MAOCA.
on Jul 02, 2013 , 02:12 pm
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A V Subramanya
There is a saying in Hindi "Eda Ban ke Peda Khana". The investigation will never get concluded. One day people of India forget the whole episode.
on Jul 02, 2013 , 12:07 pm
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Ashok Yarlagadda
This discussion stands as a proof of how sym'pathetic' we Indians are. No wonder why corrupted politicians are being re-elected and manages to get so much sympathy even when they are in Jail. example : Jagan Mohan Reddy (AP)
on Jul 02, 2013 , 11:41 am
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