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Mohammed Shami quashes Hasin Jahan's rape allegations against his brother

Published Mar 16, 2018, 10:40 am IST
Updated Mar 16, 2018, 5:28 pm IST
Mohammed Shami has admitted that his hopes of reuniting with wife Hasin Jahan are over. (Photo: AFP)
 Mohammed Shami has admitted that his hopes of reuniting with wife Hasin Jahan are over. (Photo: AFP)

Kolkata: The ugly spat between Team India pacer Mohammed Shami and his wife Hasin Jahan seems to be getting uglier day by day. The out-of-contract Indian cricketer has admitted that his hopes of reuniting with wife Hasin Jahan are over.

"All hopes of re-uniting with my wife are over. As far as it is about my family and my household, for my wife and my daughter, I have done everything to save it. If say I had even only one per cent chance to save it, I tried. But now Hasin herself has said in her interview that she wants to settle this in court. I don’t think any hope is left. I have made all family members talk (to her). Such things prove she does not even have that one per cent. I kept saying it all along, even in my interviews that I was trying hard. I felt if I could do anything, or even bow my head down which could help me save my house, I wouldn’t take a step back. But that hope is over now,” Shami was quoted saying to India Today.

It’s been a week since the whole saga has been in news. Team India's pace spearheads career and reputation have taken a bad hit after his wife made some sensational allegations, claiming that he had extra-marital affairs and was involved in domestic violence.

"My request to the BCCI, or the anti-corruption unit, or the local police or any committee would be to take is seriously, there are many lives at stake here. I want it to be properly investigated,” Shami added.

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Jahan also alleged that Shami wanted her to have physical relations with his brother, but the cricketer rubbished his wife’s allegations of rape against his brother, saying he has enough evidence to prove his innocence.

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"I have evidence to prove my innocence," Shami told India Today.

He added "We were playing a Test from December 2 to 6. On December 6th, we attended Bhuvi's [Bhuvneshwar Kumar] reception at the Taj [hotel] in Delhi. We checked out on December 7 at 10am. It was about 3.30pm by the time we reached our hometown. That is the day she accused my brother of rape.

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"I was wearing a sleeveless jacket. Later on, when I reached the farmhouse, she pinged to ask why I was wearing a sleeveless jacket. My brother does not stay with me. He does not even come in the picture." said Shami.

In yet another turn of events Hasin Jahan on Thursday sent the documents related to her complaints against her husband to the BCCI's Committee of Administrators (CoA) chairman Vinod Rai for a probe into her allegations of corruption.

Also read: Hasin Jahan sends complaint copy to Vinod Rai for probe into corruption allegation

Jahan has alleged that Shami had taken money from a Pakistani woman named Alishba on the insistence of an England-based businessman, Mohammad Bhai.



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