It is very clear that the coming days are going to be tough for Mohammed Shami, the Indian pacer who is facing allegations from his wife for having extra-marital affairs.
The 27-year-old pace bowler has been charged with seven offences according to Indian Penal code. The IPC sections include 498 A, 323, 307, 376, 506, 328, 34, after complaints from his wife Hasin Jahan.
Shami’s name was missing from the newly announced BCCI central contract players list. Also, his chances of playing for the Delhi Daredevils in the upcoming IPL appear to be clouded as well.
However, despite his unfavourable conditions, Shami is still hopeful of making a comeback to the Indian Cricket team and believes that the BCCI will select him again.
The West Bengal player, who originally hails from Amroha district in Uttar Pradesh wants to return to his wife. He says he has no grudge against her and he can’t be able to focus on the game in her absence.
The swing bowler refuses the allegations of extra-marital affairs and domestic violence, believes that someone has brainwashed his wife and all this is part of a big conspiracy to spoil his image and career.
Hasin Jahan, the wife of Mohammed Shami has accused him of having involved in match-fixing too. Shami, however, has rubbished the allegations and said he is ready to go through any investigation to prove his innocence.
“I belong to such a family where it wouldn’t have been an issue as well if I wouldn’t have played cricket. I have struggled hard to reach at this level. So, these allegations are unacceptable. I am ready to provide all my bank details to the police if they want. I never did such thing, and that is why I am so confident.” ‘
Shami said he wants to visit his native village and thankful for their support to him.