Shami's contract kept on hold

Shami's contract kept on hold

Shami's contract kept on hold

Shami's wife, in a series of posts on the social media platform, shared photos of Facebook and WhatsApp chats, indicating that the cricketer is cheating on her. Jahan told in an interview with India TV.

"Shami abused me and started beating me even after returning from South Africa".

An allegation of domestic violence by his wife has resulted in Mohammed Shami being made to wait before being handed his annual contract by the BCCI.

"I have met the officer and told him everything about how I have been tortured by Shami". It is expected that Jahan might take legal action against Shami and his family members. All these are outside my knowledge so I can't say about it now. "Instead of accepting his own mistakes, he used to vent his anger on me and even threaten me, asking to keep mum for my own goodwill", she added.

"All these allegations have been made against me without any basis".

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Jahan alleged that Shami had affairs with women in cities like Nagpur, Pune, Indore and Bangalore.

With the news coming out of the blue, Shami claimed that there have been no problems between him and his wife, with the couple having toured South Africa together and even celebrated the festival of Holi before the pacer took off to fulfill his domestic cricket duties.

The 27-year-old pace bowler, who is in Dharamshala playing the Deodhar Trophy, denied the allegations. Or some other girl would have complained to my wife about my affair.

Jahan alleged that the Bengal pacer took money from a Pakistani woman by the name of Alishba under the influence of England-based businessman Mohammed Bhai. She has also posted pictures of some women, claiming them to be Shami's girlfriends.

"I contacted my father-in-law, he spoke to me very nicely and I think the things will sort out soon", he said.

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