MS Dhoni backs Mohammed Shami over wife Hasin Jahan's allegation

MS Dhoni backs Mohammed Shami over wife Hasin Jahan's allegation

Jahan alleged in her complaint to the police that her husband went to Dubai to meet a Pakistani woman, and concealed the trip from her.

Cricketer Mohammad Shami seems to be on the backfoot over dispute with his wife Haseen Jahan and is ready to go for compromise at any cost."I am ready to talk for compromise with my wife, so that the situation can be normalised and I can stay with wife and daughter Aiara", he said on Sunday.Shami said he is trying to approach his wife.

Shami's wife has levelled such a level of plethora of serious allegations, that it's highly unlikely that Shami will recover from the stains of this controversy in his personal and professional life for a long time.


"Once Shami pushed me into Hasif's room and asked me to have sex with him".

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Not to forget that this whole fiasco has kept Shami's central contract with BCCI on hold for now. But based on mere allegations poured by his wife - BCCI can not hold back his contract. "He agreed to accept the money after being convinced by one England-based Mohammed Bhai". If she knew about match-fixing then why didn't she report it earlier? "Till the day I took to social media, I tried to convince him to save our marriage". Team India wicket-keeper MS Dhoni said that Shami is a great human being and he is not someone who will cheat his wife or country. She met Shami in 2011 and got married.

Meanwhile, the cricketer has rubbished all the allegations. A couple of days back, Hasin filed an FIR against him at Kolkata Police station for domestic violence and attempt to murder. "I always stood beside her and I don't know why she is behaving like this now". Shami's brother has been also been booked with an additional charge of sexual assault.

On match fixing charges, he had said, "I will prefer to die than involved in such anti-national act".

The case was registered under non-bailable sections 307 (attempt to murder), 498-A (subjecting a woman to cruelty), 376 (punishment for rape), 323 (causing hurt) and 506 (criminal intimidation).

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