Sreesanth sent to judicial custody

Wednesday, 29 May 2013 - 7:58


India and Rajasthan Royals seamer Sreesanth, arrested on charges of spot-fixing, has been remanded in judicial custody by a Delhi court till June 4th.


Sreesanth had been placed in police custody, and the Delhi Police had sought a two-day extension.


Sreesanth had applied for bail on May 26th. He was one of three Royals cricketers - Ankeet Chavan and Ajit Chandila being the others - arrested on May 16, following which they were suspended by the BCCI pending an inquiry.


Chavan's bail plea in order to get married on June 2nd was rejected by a Delhi court and he will also remain in judicial custody until June 4th.

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