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BCCI Confirms Mohammed Shami’s Two-day Presence In Dubai
By CricShots - Mar 20, 2018 7:43 am
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Indian pace Mohammed Shami’s case seems to be increasing in terms of layers, each passing day. As per the recent reports of the Indian Express, BCCI has informed Kolkata Police that the Shami was in Dubai for two days in February. The Board basically replied to a letter written to them, wanting to know Shami’s schedule last month.

Shami
Mohammed Shami

Talking about the confirmation, Joint CP (crime) Praveen Tripathy said, “We have received a letter from BCCI which shows that Mohammed Shami was in Dubai on 17th and 18th February. We are investigating the other things related to it.”

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In February, the Indian team was busy locking horns with South Africa in the limited-overs format, and the Bengal pacer was not part of the squad. The police are yet to find out if the trip to Dubai was sponsored by BCCI, or was a personal tour. Also, Kolkata police are in Uttar Pradesh to probe the case.

Mohammad Shami is in deep trouble after his wife’s allegations. (Source: AFP)

Describing the about the case, one of the officials said, “Our team couldn’t meet Shami’s family there. However, his wife Hasin Jahan had alleged that she was given sleeping pills and the family had tried to kill her. Police officials are trying to get in touch with the doctor who apparently treated her to know the truth.”

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Earlier on Monday, Pakistani woman Alishba had acknowledged the fact that she had a meeting with the pacer in Dubai, but she denied of any monetary dealings with him, as claimed by his wife Hasin Jahan.

Talking about the meeting with the pacer, Alishba said, “Yes, I met him. I am a frequent flyer to Dubai because my sister stays in Sharjah. As a person, I really like Shami. As any fan that has idolized a celebrity, they always dream of meeting their idol. I had the desire to meet him (Shami) like any other fan would want to, which I don’t think is a big deal.”