Indian cricketer Mohammed Shami gets bail in domestic violence case ahead of ICC Cricket World Cup 2023

Saurabh AnandSaurabh Anand
September 20 2023
Mohammed Shami

Mohammed Shami has been granted bail in domestic violence case.

Indian pacer Mohammed Shami has been granted a big relief just before ICC Cricket World Cup 2023. Shami has been granted bail by a trial court in Alipore with his brother Mohammed Hasim. Shami was accused of domestic violence by his wife, Hasin Jahan. Not only him, but Hasin Jahan also accused his family members of domestic violence and filed a case at Jadavpur Police Station in 2018. Mohammed Shami appeared before Kolkata’s Alipore ACJM physically and took bail. This case became the most high-profile one when his wife, Hasin Jahan, came out with several accusations against Indian Pacer.

Mohammed Shami gets relief

Mohammed Shami’s counsel, Salim Rahman, informed him that Shami had to appear in court as the police had filed a chargesheet against him. He also informed the media that Shami will be appearing in court as and when required. The police filed the FIR against Shami under the following sections, 498A (subjecting wife cruelty), 323 (voluntarily causing hurt), 307 (attempting to murder), 376 (punishment for sexual assault), and 506 (punishment for criminal intimidation). 328 (causing hurt by means of poison) and 34 (common intent).

Hasim Jahan came out in the media in 2018 when she accused Mohammed Shami, his brother, and his family of domestic violence. She also alleged that Shami was also a womaniser, and he had sexual relations with several other women. Earlier, the magistrate also issued an arrest warrant against Mohammed Shami. Later on, it was stayed by a sessions court in West Bengal. Mohammed Shami married Hasin Jahah in 2014, and they also had one child.

Mohammed Shami was part of Asia Cup squad and played two games. Shami is part of Indian team for the upcoming ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 in India. He has played 11 World Cup games for India and picked up 32 wickets in two tournaments. Along with Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Siraj, and Shardul Thakur, he will be taking charge of Indian pace attack. India will begin their World Cup campaign against Australia at Chepauk in Chennai.

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