Hasin Jahan, the Indian cricketer Mohammed Shami’s wife, is constantly in news because of the controversy that has erupted after she labelled many allegations against her husband. She alleged that Shami is having affairs with many women and other than this, she also accused him and his family of domestic violence. She even went on to say that her husband and his family tried to kill her too.
However on Tuesday, Hasin got violent and attacked a news journalist and this happened while the media person was asking her reaction on some matter related to Shami. But while talking to News 18, Hasin put all the blame on the mediaperson and alleged that it was he who misbehaved with her first.
The incident happened outside St. Sebastian’s School, Kolkata, where Hasin was seen screaming at the reporter. She also broke a video camera and after that, she left the place in a red SUV. Hasin’s lawyer said that the incident happened because the journo was taking unnecessary interest in Hasin’s personal life.
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Hasin has also alleged that Shami is involved in match-fixing but the cricketer has denied all such allegations and claimed that his wife is suffering from some mental problem.
This is what Shami said,
“I have been trying to reach Hasin’s family but have not been able to contact her. I think it’s a big conspiracy by the people around her. My only question is why is Hasin saying all these things now and not earlier?”
He said this earlier,
“There have been many accusations which are increasing day-by-day. I don’t want to give an explanation about it and I want it to be investigated thoroughly. Hasin and her family have been saying that we will sit and sort out all issues, but I don’t know who has been misleading her.”
An FIR was filed on March 9 in Lalbazar police station and Shami has been booked under Section 328, Section 34, Section 506 (criminal intimidation) and Section 376 (rape) of IPC.
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