New Delhi, July 30: Former Team India and suspended Rajasthan Royals (RR) player S Sreesanth may face jail again as Delhi Police reportedly would urge a court to cancel his bail. Sreesanth was arrested from Mumbai in May 2013 in connection with infamous IPL spot fixing case.
However, Sreesanth was not alone who may face Delhi Police wrath once again. His RR teammate Ankeet Chavan and alleged bookies, who too were out on bail, may face the wrath. The cops were also likely to urge the court to cancel their bails as Delhi Police would submit its charge-sheet on Tuesday, July 30.
Sreesanth had spent 27 days in Tihar jail in the national capital before getting bail on June 11. His teammate Chavan too was granted bail. However, his another teammate Ajit Chandila is still remain in judicial custody.
According to sources, police would name underworld don Dawood Ibrahim as the kingpin of the controversy. Cops claim that Dawood Ibrahim and Chhota Shakeel virtually controlled spot-fixing in the matches during the Indian Premier League (IPL).
More than 30 people would be named in the charge-sheet. Earlier it was reported that Delhi Police Commissioner Neeraj Kumar had expressed his desire to submit the charge-sheet before his retirement on July 31.
According to sources, all accused in the charge-sheet have been named under stringent sections of Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA) and Indian Penal Code (IPC). MCOCA is law enacted by Maharashtra state in India in 1999 to combat organised crime and terrorism.
The three cricketers and many other bookies were arrested from Mumbai and several other places of the country. Other accused, who have been named in the charge-sheet, were -- bookie Ramesh Vyas, Tinku Mandi, ex-Ranji player Babu Rao, Sreesanth's close aide Jiju Janardhan and Mohammed Yahya and many others.