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Police file chargesheet against Md Shami
Kolkata: The city Police today filed a charge-sheet against Indian fast bowler Mohammed Shami in an adultery and domestic violence case. The charge sheet was filed at the Alipore Police Court for alleged dowry and sexual harassment of his wife. The cricketer has been charged under non-bailable IPC sections 498A & 354A. The next hearing in the case is on June 22. The city police registered an FIR on March 8, against Shami under sections of attempt to murder and torture on the basis of his wife''s complaint.

Police have mentioned in the charge-sheet that the statements of 28 witnesses had been recorded in the case. Posting several screenshots of Facebook Messenger and Whatsapp messages on her Facebook wall, Indian fast bowler''s wife Hasin Jahan claimed that Shami is having several extra-marital affairs simultaneously. Confirming the news, Hasin Jahan''s counsel Md. Zakir Hossain said, "The incident is unfortunately true. Since last month, Hasin Jahan met me at my chamber few times and described me the situation.""Jahan has several evidences that her husband, renowned cricketer Mohammed Shami, is engaged in several extra-marital affairs.

She also claimed that Shami has affairs with several girls and he had physical relations with few of them," Hossain said. "She alleged that recently, after returning from South Africa, Shami assaulted her," he added. Earlier, Jahan had also alleged that the cricketer had been involved in match fixing, following which the BCCI had dropped Shami from its central contracts. He was, however, given a clean chit by a BCCI panel after an internal investigation and was brought back into its central contract scheme.

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