S Sreesanth was accused of spot fixing matches in Rajasthan Royals colours © IANS
S Sreesanth was accused of spot fixing matches in Rajasthan Royals colours © IANS

Reports have emerged that the Supreme Court has adjourned hearing on the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2015 to July 25. The case involving the IPL 2013 spot fixing case was originally set for a June 29 hearing. ALSO READ: Gurunath Meiyappan, Raj Kundra’s fates to be decided July 2015

According to ibnlive.com the Indian Apex Court will also pass orders on framing the charges against those accused in the case that has maligned Indian cricket. Among those involved in the case include Rajasthan Royals players S Sreesanth, Ajit Chandila and Ankeet Chavan. Speaking to the media Sreesanth said, “I believe in the judiciary and I’m sure everything will fall in place. READ: Lalit Modi used influence with Prince Charles to acquire travel papers: Media Reports

“We have waited for long, and undergone a lot of trials and tribulations for more than two years. We have faith in the judiciary,” said Sreesanth’s mother, a retired banker, to media at Kochi before the court opened on Monday.

Underworld don Dawood Ibrahim and his right-hand man Chhota Shakeel are also accused in the spot-fixing case, which mired the sixth season of the IPL. A special cell of the Delhi Police had named a total of 42 suspects in the case including the aforementioned names. Six of the 42 names are absconding.

(With inputs from IANS)