Sreesanth's lifetime ban earlier brought down to 7 years by BCCI. (Reuters Photo)

The fire broke out in Sreesanth’s Kochi residence but the family has been rescued safely as the firemen reached at their house within no time and action was taken instantly no lives have been damaged due to fire everyone was safe in their family.

On Saturday morning this unfortunate incident happened at Sreesanth’s house in Kerala, Kochi. Reports suggest that it was 2 am when the fire broke out in their house and all were present there only but no one was injured and everyone is safe.

Firemen rushed towards his house in Edapally from Thrikkakkara and Gandhi Nagar and everything was solved in time which resulted in less damage. When the smile came back on his face after the ban was lifted this unfortunate incident happened but he will be looking to erase this from his memory and look towards the bigger goal of a comeback in the Indian side.

After the ban was lifted he expressed his heartfelt desire to take 100 wickets in Test matches and wanted to make a comeback and finish his test career with 100 wickets. His ban was reduced to 7 years which implies that he will be available to play from next year.

He also told media that he was extremely happy to listen to the news of the lifting of the ban and he will be again eligible to play for Indian Cricket Team. He also pointed out that he always wanted to play under the captaincy of Virat Kohli and he will be delighted if he gets the chance to represent Indian Cricket Team once again in whites and finish his career on a high.

With the ban lifted from Sreesanth, it will be interesting to see the approach of BCCI and Sreesanth how they both approach the situation if he performs well to be taken into account once again for the Test matches.


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