IPL 2013: Sreesanth claims innocence in spot-fixing scandal, alleges frame up

Opposing the police's plea, Prakash said the probe agency has failed to give any preliminary evidence against Sreesanth. "He (Sreesanth) is totally broken and now I will try for his bail after meeting him in the police station," he said.

updated: May 16, 2013 21:09 IST
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New Delhi: Indian pace bowler S Sreesanth, who along with others, is embroiled in a spot-fixing controversy that has rocked the ongoing IPL, today (May 16) claimed in a Delhi court that he is innocent and was framed in the scandal.

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Opposing Delhi police's plea seeking seven-day custodial interrogation of all the accused, advocate Deepak Prakash, who appeared for Sreesanth, told reporters that he told Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Lokesh Kumar Sharma that the cricketer is innocent and there is no evidence against him in the case.

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