Big Breaking: BCCI Ombudsman lifts ban on Former Madhya Pradesh player TP Sudhindhra who was caught in sting operation

BCCI and TP Sudhindra

The creation of unique competitions like the IPL, PSL, and WPL has increased the amount of cricket played in recent years.

All parties involved in advertising these events deserve credit for the popularity of these leagues.

Speaking of recent events, former MP cricketer TP Sudhindra, who was accused of match-fixing ten years ago, was ultimately given a life when his lifetime ban was uplifted.

Vineet Saran, the BCCI Ombudsman, has since lifted his ban.

After receiving the news that his ban had been lifted, he exclaimed, “He is excited to make a comeback in the field and want to work on some fitness and see where my destiny leads me futher.”

He played 27 first class game for Madhya Pradesh and clinched 108 wickets.

In 2012, Ranji Trophy game he became the highest wicket taker from the marquee event.

The applicant was not fully informed about the Anti-Corruption Code, and his statements connected to the sting operation were relevant to domestic players involved in the entire situation, Saran stated in his applicant letter about the entire Sudhindra matter.

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WPL 2023 is all set to start from March 4th 2023 which will conclude till 26th May 2023 in Mumbai.