Hasin Jahan says Mohammed Shami 'threatening me over phone'

Hasin Jahan says Mohammed Shami 'threatening me over phone'

Dhoni believes that Shami is innocent, however he also urges the general public and media to stay out of the cricketer's personal and private life.

As the messages posted on social media sparked various debates, Hasin Jahan complained how she has been tortured by her in-laws and husband. I do not want to settle the issue. She needs a security from the Kolkata Police.

DNA has reliably learnt that COA has swung into action on Wednesday morning and specifically asked former Delhi Police chief to pay attention to the alleged "audio recording" of the telephone conversation between Shami and his wife.

Hasin on Tuesday also claimed that the cricketer is using different phone numbers to intimidate his wife.

"Shami sent me a message yesterday saying he wanted to talk to **** (the couple's daughter)".

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On Tuesday, Jahan attacked a media person and broke the camera equipment of a reporter outside St Joseph's school in Kolkata, capital of India's West Bengal state. A video shared by the channel shows Jahan being involved in an argument with a media person in a vehicle. "I married Shami in 2014 and since then he has been having several extra-marital affairs". The media will have to consider that they can not chase me everywhere. I told him to stop all these but he ignored. "No chance." claimed Jahan.

Hasin had earlier alleged that Shami had accepted the money on the insistence of England based Mohammad Bhai. "I agree that his personal relationship is in trouble now but such kinds of allegations by his wife are nasty and sickening until proven".

She had even claimed that Shami could be involved in match-fixing. Shami took to social networking site Facebook and wrote, "Ye jitna bhi news hamara personal life ke bare may chal raha hai, ye sab sarasar jhut hai, ye koi bahut bada humare khilap sajish hai or ye mujhe Badnam karne or mera game kharab karne ka kosis ki ja rahi hai".

The case lodged against Indian cricketer Mohammed Shami for domestic violence, following a complaint filed by his wife, was been taken up by the Detective Department of Kolkata's Lal Bazar Police.