Indian cricket team's fast bowler Mohammed Shami has got a big relief in the dowry torture case. Acting on the complaint of his wife Hasin Jahan, a non-bailable warrant was issued against Shami by the court of Alipur in West Bengal. Then the court asked Shami to appear in the court within 15 days but now it is reported that the court has given him relief.
Shami has not returned to India
Since the court has issued a warrant against Shami, Shami has not come to India. He moved to the USA after touring the West Indies. However, it is being said that Shami is in touch with his lawyer. He can visit India in the next few days, after which further action can be taken.
Let us know that in the year 2018, Shami's wife accused him of harassing her for dowry. Hasin also accused Shami of match-fixing. Hasin said that Shami was having a relationship with Alisba, a Pakistani girl who works for match-fixers. Hasin claimed that Shami had met Alisba in Dubai several times.