The Mohammed Shami-Hasin Jahan saga continues to get dirtier as every day pass by since the time the Shami's wife accused the Indian pacer of having extra-marital affairs. She also accused Shami and his family of domestic violence against her and trying to kill her.
Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has been asked to investigate the charges levelled against Indian pacer Mohammed Shami by his wife Hasin Jahan by the Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators (CoA).
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Indian pacer Mohammad Shami was recently once again attacked on social media after he shared pictures from his daughter's second birthday celebrations. Shami was trolled as many felt that his wife Hasin Jahan has committed a 'sin' as she was not wearing hijab. "my dear shami sir do not look at the smallness of the sin, rather look at the one whom you are disobeying,” Sharun Km from Kunnamkulam posted with a hashtag #GoToHell.
Syed Akhtar from Beijing wrote: “Do you want to please right wings by not wearing hijab nd celebrating birthday.” Mohammad Tahir Faisal from Patna tweeted: “Drown in shame… Are you Muslim, I don’t think so you’re Muslim…Islam can’t allow you to celebrate Birthday in that fashion.”
A group of young men who allegedly tried to barge into the house of Indian fast bowler, Mohammad Shami have been arrested after an altercation, reported by ABP. The altercation happened right outside Shami’s house when on Saturday night, Mohammad Shami was returning with his wife and allegedly, Shami’s driver was over-speeding in a narrow lane and almost collided with a motorbike of a local.
That then resulted into an argument between the owner of the motorcycle, a local youth and Mohammad Shami’s driver. When the matter started to escalate, Mohammad Shami took the responsibility upon him and tried to be the peace-maker. Eventually, once Shami got himself involved and the locals understood who it was, both the parties took a backseat and seemed to have calmed down.
A comeback after two years ain't a difficult task and no one better than Indian pacer, Mohammad Shami to know that. After getting picked in the Champions Trophy squad today which begins at June 1st, Mohammad Shami is itching to make the most of it. He says, “Two years is a long time to be out of ODI squad. In these two years, I have focused on my strength and fitness. I have also worked on my weaknesses. I have got leaner. I am hopeful that I can perform well in the upcoming Champions Trophy. I want to give my best shot."
The three-member selection committee will be fretting on India's bowling combination for the upcoming Champions Trophy with a clear toss-up for the fourth pacer's slot between Ashish Nehra and Mohammed Shami as per reports by PTI.
The cut-off date set by ICC for announcing the 15-member squad for the Champions Trophy in the United Kingdom is April 25 and it is expected that the squad will be named in the next few days. The date of the selection committee meeting has not been finalised as some in the BCCI want the ICC issues pertaining to revenue sharing and governance to be resolved first.