Cricketer Sreesanth who participated in Colors' reality show Bigg Boss 12, has been in the buzz for quite sometime now. This time around, the former cricketer has raised speculations of joining Congress Party, after meeting Indian National Congress (INC) Thiruvananthapuram MP Shashi Tharoor on Thursday. However, he cleared off the air by clarifying on the matter in a series of tweets.
Sreesanth took to his social media and denied the rumours of joining Congress party. He stated, "Great morning to one and all, please guys I've not joined congress..,I went to thanks @ShashiTharoor sir for always supporting me during my struggle. Iam @BJP4India karyakartha and I am proud of it. For now iam going to completely concentrate on sports(few years left)."
In another tweet, he wrote, "Will always support @sports and will try my very best to improve sports in @kerala nd keep working hard to develop new talents.and yes of course will give everything to every family iam associated [email protected] @BCCI @KeralaTourism @Keralacricket @bollywood @entertainment ."
Have a look at his tweets :
Recently, the Supreme Court lifted the ban imposed on Sreesanth for his involvement in the spot-fixing scandal during IPL, 2013. Judges Ashok Bhushan and KM Joseph from the Supreme Court took into consideration that the former Cricketer has been out of action for the past 5 years. Though, the court has not found him to be innocent but believes the punishment was too harsh and it needs to be altered. The court had asked BCCI's disciplinary committee to decide the quantum of punishment for Sreesanth in three months from the date of hearing.