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Murder attempt on banned fast bowler S Sreesanth

Murder attempt on Sreesanth

Banned Indian fast bowler Sreesanth was survived from a murder attempt says his brother- in-Law Bala Krishnan. Murder attempt was attempted on Sreesanth in Tihar jail, where he was under custody on behalf of IPL match fixing case. According to his brother-in-law, a man attacked with a sharp weapon but Sreesanth managed to escape from him. Sreesanth was very lucky at that time. “There was an attempt to kill Sreesanth in Tihar jail. A man, who was a murder accused person tried to hit him with a sharp weapon which he made by sharpening a door’s bolt, Luckily Sree escaped without any hurt,” said Balakrishanan, famous Malayalam singer. He also wishes team India for cricket world cup 2015.

 BCCI has banned Sreesanth because of spot fixing case in 2013 IPL. Sreesanth was 2 time member of world cup winning team in 2007 and 2011. Police were investigating this case.


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