Non-bailable arrest warrant issued against Mohammad Shami
A non-bailable arrest warrant has been issued against India’s star fast-bowler Mohammed Shami following charges by his wife Hasin Jahan of domestic violence and attempt to murder.
According to ANI, Shami, who is now with the Indian team in the Caribbeans, has 15 days to surrender. Shami’s brother Hasid Ahmed also has been named in the warrant.
“Alipore court issues arrest warrant against Indian cricketer Mohammad Shami and his brother Hasid Ahmed in connection with domestic violence case filed by his wife Hasin Jahan. The court has asked him to surrender within 15 days,”
read a tweet from ANI.
In early 2018, Shami’s wife Jahan had accused the Bengal pacer of domestic violence and a case filed under IPC Section 498A.
The other charges imposed against Shami are under Section 307 – attempt to murder, Section 323 – punishment for voluntarily causing hurt, Section 376 – rape, Section 506 – criminal intimidation.
Mohammed Shami did not appear before court following which the ACJM gave the arrest warrant.
Joint Commissioner of Kolkata Police Praveen Tripathi said that the case had registered at Kolkata’s Jadhavpur Police Station.
The FIR has been registered by a written complaint by Hasin on Thursday.
Shami’s wife also accused the fast bowler of having extramarital affairs and has leaked some incredible pictures of Shami’s WhatsApp chats.
On Wednesday, Hasin posted some of the screenshots of Messenger and Whatsapp messages into the social media exposing her husbands adultery.
She also told reporters Shami beat her on his return from the recent South Africa tour.
Shami was also a part of India’s 2019 World Cup squad and stole the limelight when he bagged a hat-trick in the group stage game against Afghanistan.
West Bengal: Alipore court issues arrest warrant against Indian cricketer Mohammad Shami and his brother Hasid Ahmed in connection with domestic violence case filed by his wife Hasin Jahan. The court has asked him to surrender within 15 days pic.twitter.com/0LKn8ivCOl
— ANI (@ANI) September 2, 2019