New Delhi: Ex- pacer for India- S. Sreesanth has selected politics and he would contest elections under Bharatiya Janata Party- BJP tag from the Thiruvananthapuram seat. Moreover, party has also declared Fifty other candidates for the coming assembly polls in Kerala.
BJP’s Central Election Committee, after its long- running meeting of nearly 4 hours has finally announced the early joining of Indian Pacer Sreesanth with the Party, and further it is declared that he would be the candidate for BJP from Thiruvananthapuram.
The Thirty- three years- old Indian cricketer, while talking to reporters for the media reporting, found stated that in connection with the Match- fixing case, the court has cleared his name and as such now the cricketer is feeling “not worried” for any attack from opposition on him in relation to such controversy.
However, notably, the cricketer is actually cleared against his charges of Match- fixing, from the Trial Court in last year, however, the ban is still in operation against the cricketer where he is barred from playing any form of cricket by the BCCI.
In the reports, the Bharatiya Janata Party in connection with the State of Kerala has already announced Twenty- two candidates in its declared first list. Moreover, in connection with the State of Tamil Nadu polls, the Party has announced its first list of Fifty- four candidates and also it is made clear that its second list for its, would be announced after having talk with the IJK and NJP fructify in the coming days.
Moreover, on the question of BJP’s alliance with the AIADMK, the party found answering that it is initiating talks with aforementioned parties “only”, BJP CEC Parties secretary- J. P. Nadda said.
It is further notable that, in the general elections of 2014 in the state of Kerala, the BJP party has appeared doing well and it was witnessed by many that it had reached a Ten Per Cent vote share, which was for the first time in its entire history in the State.
In the comments, the former cricketer found stated at the party office that, he presumes his work is to “bring in more young people into the party”. However, on the choice of seat, the cricketer remained silent.