Kolkata: The court has ordered cricketer Mohammad Shami to appear before it by January 14 in the wife-torture case.
The judge of Alipore court, while rebuking Shami’s lawyer, said that if Shami fails to appear before court before January 14, then an arrest warrant is likely against him.
On Monday, Mohammad Shami appeared before Lalbazar officials on Monday in the ongoing case file by his wife. He reached Lalbazar at 1 pm and the interrogation went on for more than two hours.
Shami arrived at Lalbazar at around 1:00 pm. After that, interrogation lasted for more than two hours. Hasina’s new accusations against Shami is that the Indian cricketer is trying to influence the witnesses due to star performances. Based on the complaint, Shami was asked to appear in Lalbazar. Shami has avoided this allegation.
Shami’s wife had taken the cricket world by storm after she took to Facebook, sharing WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger photos of Shami’s alleged chats with women, and claiming that the cricketer has extra-marital affairs.
Jahan also claimed that Shami wanted her to have physical relations with his brother. Jahan alleged that Shami’s brother and his mother tortured her and wanted to kill her.
While Shami denied all the allegations, Jahan filed a written complaint against the cricketer and an FIR was lodged against Shami and his four family members in Kolkata’s Jadavpur police station under several Indian Penal Code (IPC) sections, including section 498A, which amounts to cruelty to a woman by her husband or his relatives.