Indian cricketer Mohammad Shami may have to face jail time if he doesn’t surrender and apply for bail within 15 days. An arrest warrant has been issued against him.

In early 2018, Mohammad Shami was accused of domestic violence by his wife Hasin Jahan. Shami and his brother were booked for domestic violence under IPC Section 498A.

Mohammad Shami is currently playing the second and the final test against the West Indies and played a key for India in the 2019 Cricket World Cup.

Even after, Hasin Jahan made the allegation Shami didn’t appear before the court following which the ACJM gave the order.

Speaking to the media on August 29, Hasin Jahan accused the police of harassing her and added the long duration of the case has been difficult. She addressed the media and said, “I thank all of you for coming here. I have called you today because today is the date for filling the charge sheet. No arrest warrant has been issued against him nor has he taken any anticipatory bail.”

“Today the hearing of our case has happened and it was put on reserve by the judge. Like small YouTube channels are showing that Shami Ahmed has got clean cheat by the Alipore court but it has been not like that. All the cases I have filed are still going on in the court and those are getting delayed.”

Mohammad Shami is one of the prominent cricketers of India. He has collected 131 wickets from 70 ODIs and recently reached the landmark of 150 wickets in his 42nd test match.


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