New Delhi: Team India's fast bowler Mohammad Shami is in trouble these days. His wife had filed a domestic violence case against him. In which a non-bailable warrant has been issued against him. It is believed that he can surrender after returning from the West Indies. Meanwhile, an organization called Mera Haq Foundation has raised difficulties for him. The Foundation has demanded strict action against Shami from the Board of Control for Cricket in India.
The foundation warned the board that if it does not take action against Shami, the foundation will open a front against the institution. A demand letter will be sent to BCCI soon in this regard. There is a dispute between Shami and his wife Haseen Jahan. Hasin Jahan filed a case of domestic violence against Shami. In the case, the High Court had recently issued a non-bailable warrant against Shami.
In fact, on 30 April, Haseen Jahan Mera Haq had reached Bareilly to ask for help from Farhat Naqvi, president of the Foundation, as the police had taken action against him for staying at Shami's house in Amroha. Hasin Jahan then accused the police of misbehaving. In this case, he filed in the Allahabad High Court. According to Farhat Naqvi, BCCI had not taken action against Shami even before. Now the warrant has been issued. The BCCI should take action against Shami. At the time when the warrant was issued against Shami, he was playing in the Test series against the West Indies. Now the Test series is over and Shami is also going to return home with Team India.
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