Hasin Jahan asks Delhi Daredevils owners to bar Shami from playing in IPL 2018
The Hasin-Shami crisis enters yet another week.
Updated - Apr 1, 2018 1:00 pm
In one of the most recent developments to the Mohammed Shami-Hasin Jahan case, the wife of Indian cricketer met with the CEO of Delhi Daredevils requesting him to bar her husband from playing in this year’s IPL. Earlier, Shami had a sigh of relief after he was cleared of any match-fixing claims made by his wife when he was given a clean chit by BCCI ‘s Anti-Corruption Unit (ACU) that allowed him to play in the IPL.
The India International was booked with several non-bailable charges under Indian Penal Code (IPC), for an attempt to murder, rape, assault and criminal intimidation, on the basis of a complaint filed by his wife. Pertaining to the allegations made, there were questions looming over Shami’s international career that certainly came to rest when he was cleared by BCCI.
Hasin Jahan met with Delhi’s CEO
In order to seek justice, Hasin Jahan has gone from pillar to post in her pursuit of not letting her husband attain freedom after what he has done with her in past few years. Jahan claims to see him in court and she would do her every bit, as she says to see Shami accept his guilt in front of the public. In her bid to disallow him to play cricket, Hasin met up with Delhi Daredevils’ CEO, Hemant Dua requesting him to keep Shami out of the team.
She told ANI about her meeting with Hemant, “I kept my point in front of Hemant sir to not keep Shami in the IPL team until he resolves his family feud.” she said. Hasin has been trying very hard to seek support from others in her battle against her husband. A few days back, she even met West Bengal CM Mamta Banerjee as she was assured of complete justice.
Shami was inducted back into BCCI’s central contract as ‘B’ grade player after being found not guilty on any match-fixing front. Though his wife wasn’t happy with the board’s decision and her meeting with CoA Chairman Vinod Rai and BCCI’s acting President CK Khanna was in her quest to seek justifications on the same.