The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has given a big relief to cricketer Ankit Chavan in the IPL spot-fixing case.
Ankit Chavan WAS facing a life ban for being found guilty of spot-fixing during the IPL in the year 2013.
“It’s a huge sigh of relief for me and everyone in the family to have finally got the formal communication,” Chavan told Sportstar on Tuesday. “I am thankful to the BCCI and my parent body, Mumbai Cricket Association. I am eagerly looking forward to getting back on the field once the pandemic subsides.”
BCCI haD informed Ankit Chavan that his life ban has been reduced to seven years which is done now. After the order of the court, the BCCI changed its decision and a seven-year ban imposed on Ankit Chavan ended in September last year.