"If Mohammed Shami can cheat me then he can cheat the country as well". "He is calling and sending threats also". Instead of apologising, he wanted me to apologise and accept the life he has given me.
Shami's name was missing from the list of BCCI contracted players released last week and Hasin believes that pacer wants to settle the dispute inside the family to save his cricketing career. "At this he asked was it not enough that he married her", Hasin said. A written complaint and an FIR was lodged at Jadavpur police station of Kolkata.
Jahan, who had earlier taken to her Facebook to share photos of Shami's alleged Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp chats with other women, also alleged that Shami also had a WhatsApp chat with a woman in South Africa. While on the other hand, the fast bowler denied all the accusations and called them false and a conspiracy to defame him. "I think she has lost her mental balance or it might be her game plan to sabotage my career".
Meanwhile, according to sources and people close to Shami's family, the bone of contention between the couple is not the alleged infidelity of the cricketer rather a farmhouse worth around Rs 12 crore.
The charges against Shami are under Section 307 - attempt to murder, Section 323 - punishment for voluntarily causing hurt, Section 376 - rape, Section 506 - criminal intimidation, Section 328 and Section 34.
"Jahan also wants emotional support from honourable Chief Minister on the issue". "The entire episode is disturbing". Apart from being left out of the new BCCI central contracts, his participation in this year's Indian Premier League could also be in jeopardy.
On Sunday, Shami had expressed his willingness to sort out the matter through discussion.