Tried to save my marriage with Shami, may still consider if he comes back, says wife Haseen Jahan

Mohammad Shami's wife Hasin Jahan has alleged that he would have run away had she not found his mobile phone. 

Tried to save my marriage with Shami, may still consider if he comes back, says wife Haseen Jahan
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NEW DELHI: Keeping up the attack on her husband, Indian cricketer Mohammad Shami's wife Hasin Jahan on Sunday said she tried her best to save their marriage. "Till the day I took to social media, I tried to convince him to save our marriage. If he tries to come back I may still consider," Haseen Jahan said.

She claimed that he is making up all sorts of things to save himself from allegations. She also alleged that he would have run away had she not found his mobile phone. "I tried to convince him that he should accept his mistake, I have been trying for very long. He would've run away to UP by now if I did not catch hold of that mobile phone, he would've divorced me till now if I did not have the mobile phone," Hasin Jahan said.

The cricketer has been charged with attempt to murder after Hasin filed a complaint of extra-marital affair and domestic violence against him. A non-bailable warrant has been issued against him in connection with the case. 

However, he defended himself and called for a thorough investigation into the allegations. "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," the Indian pacer said.

He also said that he had "full faith" in the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) adding that he was not tensed about their decision as they will do so "after much deliberation and investigation".

Following the allegations, the BCCI has left the 27-year-old bowler out of its contract scheme. "The BCCI has taken cognisance of all the reports emerging about Mohammed Shami's personal life. It is purely a personal matter and the BCCI has nothing to do with it. However, keeping in mind that the woman in question has met the police commissioner of Kolkata, it is only prudent on BCCI's part to wait for any official inquiry to take place," a board official was quoted as saying.

The case could also impact his participation in the Indian Premier League (IPL) that starts on April 7 as his franchise Delhi Daredevils is awaiting a direction from the BCCI on his availability.

"We are waiting for a direction from BCCI on him. We approached the BCCI on this. It's a tri-partite agreement between the player, the franchise and the BCCI. BCCI is doing some internal checks and they said they would get back to us soon. We are waiting for their feedback," Delhi Daredevils chief executive Hemant Dua had said on Saturday.

Shami has maintained that the allegations against him are part of a "big conspiracy" to derail his cricket career. 

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