Facebook deleted my posts without any warning says Hasin Jahan
The estranged wife of Mohammed Shami believed that her Facebook account was hacked and the photos taken down.
Published - Mar 10, 2018 11:25 am | Updated - Mar 10, 2018 11:25 am
Hasin Jahan, the estranged wife of Indian fast bowler Mohammed Shami has come out and stated that her Facebook account had automatically deleted the photos she had uploaded. The images uploaded by Jahan was evidence against her 27-year old husband where she accuses him of adultery, an allegation of conspiracy to murder, and domestic violence.
Ever since the news of the same broke, there has been widespread coverage with comments going back and forth. Needless to say, Shami’s image as a cricketer and a family man has been tarnished quite a bit. The news broke almost a week back when Hasin began to share screenshots of her hubby’s extra-marital affairs on Facebook. In fact, she shared them with so much detail that it took many in the cricketing fraternity by storm.
Went to Facebook after not receiving any help
Jahan then would go ahead and superimpose her feelings on television by speaking out against her estranged husband. Soon, the allegations began trembling in. There was an attempted murder charge coupled with domestic violence, something that nobody saw coming. The BCCI went ahead and withheld Shami’s contract given the ongoing investigation. The 27-year old has been one of the revelations for the Indians and is one of the most respected fast bowlers in the world.
“I have not received any help from anyone. So I took to Facebook to speak of my ordeal. Why did Facebook block my account & deleted all the posts without my permission?” she wrote on Friday.
The cricketer has been booked under sections 498A (Husband or relative of husband of a woman subjecting her to cruelty), 323 (Causing hurt), 307 (Attempt to murder), 376 (Punishment for rape), 506 (Criminal intimidation), 328 (Causing hurt by means of poison, etc., with intent to commit an offence.), 34 (Acts done by several persons in furtherance of common intention) of IPC.