Mohammed Shami wants to see to what extent Hasin can go; police arrive at Amroha home

ANI
Published Mar 19, 2018, 9:40 am IST
Updated Mar 19, 2018, 9:45 am IST
Shami's wife had alleged that cricketer has abused her physically and mentally on multiple occasions and has extra-marital affairs.
 "My wife (Hasin Jahan) is unable to prove half of the allegations she has put on me. Now, I want to see to what extent she can go,” said Mohammed Shami. (Photo: BCCI / PTI)

New Delhi: Indian pacer Mohammed Shami has pledged full co-operation from his side and his family as a Kolkata Police team arrived at his house in Uttar Pradesh's Amroha city on Sunday, to continue investigations into the numerous allegations he is facing from his wife, Hasin Jahan.

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"My wife is unable to prove half of the allegations she has put on me. Now, I want to see to what extent she can go. I tried to solve the issue for seven to eight days, but she openly said she does not want to, so now I also do not have any option but to take this up legally," added the 28-year-old pacer.

Read: Mohammed Shami is a liar, with a loose morals, says Hasin Jahan

Shami's wife had earlier alleged that her husband has abused her physically and mentally on multiple occasions and has been involved in extra-marital affairs.

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Consequently, Shami has been charged under various non-bailable and bailable sections of the IPC, including Section 307 (attempt to murder) and Section 376 (rape) of the Indian Penal Code.

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"My cricket has no link with this matter. This is just a tactic to spoil my career. I have requested BCCI to start their investigation at the earliest and if I am proved to be innocent then let me resume my practice so that my game is not affected," said Shami.

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