Mohammed Shami's brother summoned by the Police after Hasin Jahan's complaint

Mohammed Shami’s brother summoned by the Police after Hasin Jahan’s complaint

Mohammed Shami's brother Mohammed Hasib has asked for more time to reply to the Lalbazaar Police officials.

Hasin Jahan & Mohammed Shami
Hasin Jahan & Mohammed Shami. (Photo Source: Twitter)

The Mohammed Shami – Hasin Jahan saga doesn’t seem like ending in a short-period of time and the whole scenario takes a new twist now. Hasin Jahan has also lodged a complaint against Shami’s brother Mohammed Hasib following which he was summoned to the Police Station in Lal Bazaar, Kolkata.

Ever since Hasin Jahan posted the screenshots of Mohammed Shami’s Whatsapp conversations with some other lady, their case has been trending all over the country. She had accused him of maintaining an extra-marital relationship and also charged him with sexual harassment and domestic violence.

Although Shami has repeatedly condemned the allegations, there are several cases on the Indian fast bowler which are still pending in the High Court. IPC Section 498A, which amounts to domestic violence has been charged on Shami. The other charges recorded against Shami are under Section 307 – attempt to murder, Section 323 – punishment for voluntarily causing hurt, Section 376 – rape, Section 506 – criminal intimidation, Section 328 and Section 34.

Shami will also be questioned soon

Mohammed Shami’s brother Mohammed Hasib has asked for more time to reply to the Lalbazaar Police officials. As confirmed by a Police official, Shami will also be questioned regarding this issue as there is a case of rioting still pending on Hasib, which is not helping his cause.

The officer had mentioned that Hasib has been given five days to reply to the Lalbazaar Police. After which, he might be taken into the custody for further questioning. The Police official also noted that if the FIR mentions serious penal charges and the case is getting a bit more serious, even Mohammed Shami‘s statement will be recorded by the Lalbazaar Police.

“We got a call where he sought more time on health grounds. We allowed him five days, considering the plea. Shami’s brother has a case of rioting against him,” an officer said.

“Given that the FIR mentions serious penal charges, even non-bailable ones, it is imperative that Shami will be questioned and his statement recorded,” said the police.

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