The cricket board’s Anti-corruption Unit gave a clearance to Mohammed Shami, after which the BCCI handed him a Grade B central contract. This allowed him to play for Delhi Daredevils in IPL. Due to the pending investigation that he might have received money from someone through a woman based in Pakistan, his contract was held back.
The criminal charges on Shami including the charge of attempting to murder on the complaint by his wife is being dealt by Kolkata Police, but BCCI limited its inquiry to breach of anti-corruption code for the players. The Committee of Administrators (CoA) asked ACU chief Neeraj Kumar to inquire into the matter of anti-corruption rule that whether he has received money from a man based in England in Dubai through a Pakistani woman, Alishba.
The BCCI declared that on thursday that the Supreme Court appointed CoA had requested Mr. Kumar to investigate the allegation made on Shami. Mr. Kumar had submitted his confidential report on the matter but the conclusion it was made clear that no further action under the provision are warranted in the matter. After this, BCCI gace grade B contract to Shami. The BCCI gave a clean chit to resume his participation in IPL 2018.
Other than the professional fight, the fight for Shami in personal life is still in due. He, and his family have been accused by his wife Hasin Jahan for domestic violence, attempt to murder, criminal intimidation and causing other hurts to her. She is all decked up for the legal battle, and recorded her statement before a judicial magistrate.
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