Hasin's complaint: cases under non-bailable sections registered against Shami
10 March, 2018, 22:50
Raising questions over Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) decision on cricketer Mohammad Shami, Uttar Pradesh Sports and Youth Welfare Minister Chetan Chauhan said that untill and less allegations were proved, one should have no right to consider him guilty. She further claimed that Shami's brother tried to misbehave with her after cricketer locked her along with his brother.
Based on Hasin's detailed written complaint against Shami, the Crime Branch of the Kolkata Police have registered cases against Shami under section 307 (attempt to murder), 498-A (torturing wife), 506 (criminal offence), 328 (attempt to poison, attack), 34 (attempt to murder with others' help) and 376 (atrocity). Shami, who is a regular for India in Test cricket, has been facing charges of an extra-marital affair, cheating, levelled by none other than his wife Hasin Jahan.
"Kolkata police's detective department has already started an investigation", joint commissioner Praveen Tripathi said.
On Tuesday, Ms. Jahan posted a series of messages that Mr. Shami had allegedly sent to women during their four-year marriage on her Facebook account.
However, Shami's elder brother opened the door when she screamed but raped her later, nonetheless.
"My husband's elder brother, Hasib Ahmad, raped me when I went to my in-laws' place in Uttar Pradesh a year ago", Jahan said.
Shami, reacting to the allegations, told reporters his wife might have "lost her mental balance". "They urged me to adjust as I was a woman", she claimed. According to media reports, Hasin has levelled serious allegations of torture, harassment, physical assaults by Shami and his family members and said that these acts have been going on for quite a while.
"What is being said about my personal life is completely false", he said. We even had a great Holi celebration earlier this month.