Meanwhile, Delhi Police claim that another Rajasthan Royal player Ajit Chandila has confessed to spot-fixing in IPL 6 during his interrogation.
Sreesanth and his close friend Jiju (he was in touch with the bookies) had booked two separate rooms in the hotel. During the search of the rooms on Friday night, Mumbai Police also recovered some mobile phones which were used to facilitate links between bookies in India and Pakistan.
While addressing a press conference on Saturday, Joint Commissioner (Crime) of Mumbai Police Himanshu Roy told that Sreesanth and Jiju Janardhan booked separate rooms with the help of a travel agency.
A special cell of the Delhi police had arrested Sreesanth, Chandila and Ankeet Chavan in Mumbai on Wednesday night after their team's IPL match against Mumbai Indians.
While Sreesanth was picked up from his friend's residence, Chavan and Chandila were arrested from the team hotel at Nariman Point, Mumbai.