Calcutta, Vikas Kumar Gupta: The Mahakumbh of Cricket World Cup will begin in the country next October. Before that, the fast bowler of the Indian cricket team Mohammed Shami (Mohammed Shami) got a major relief from the ACJM bench of Alipore Court on Tuesday. In the 2018 molestation and torture case of his wife at her in-laws’ house, the court granted him bail on a surety bond of Rs 2,000. At Jadavpur police station, his wife Hasin Jahan had lodged a complaint of domestic violence against her husband Mohammed Shami and his brother at her in-laws’ house. Its hearing will take place in the ACJM court. On time, police from Jadavpur police station had submitted the chargesheet in the case to the court. The court then ordered Mohammed Shami to surrender within a month.
What the matter was
According to court sources, Shami’s wife Hasin Jahan had filed a complaint against cricketer Mohammed Shami and his brother for harassment and molestation at her in-laws’ house. In court, her lawyer Mrigank Mistry, speaking on behalf of Haseen Jahan, said that Mohammed Shami had filed a case in the Supreme Court against this petition. In its hearing, the court had directed Shami to surrender before the lower court. Following this instruction, Shami reached the Alipur court on Tuesday to surrender.
Police investigations revealed that most of the allegations were unfounded
Here, lawyer Salim Rehman explained on behalf of Mohammed Shami that a variety of allegations had been made against his client. The police investigation revealed that most of the allegations were unfounded. In the charge sheet filed only in the case of torturing his wife, his client was granted bail on a surety bond of Rs 2,000. It is noteworthy that his wife had made several allegations against cricketer Mohammed Shami. A complaint was then lodged at Jadavpur police station against Shami and his brother and his family members.