Mohammed Shami received stitches and is resting in Dehradun. (PTI Photo)
Mohammed Shami met with a road accident on his way to Delhi on Sunday. He was travelling in a car from Dehradun.
Things are not going well for the Indian speedster, as his car that he was travelling in collided with a truck. He got stitches after getting head injuries and is currently taking rest in Dehradun.
The accident took place around 6am this morning as Shami was on his way to the Abhimanyu Academy for practice.
Shami got 3-4 stitches on top of his right eye. He was treated at the CMI hospital in Dehradun by plastic surgeon Tarun Jain.
Shami is in the middle of a bitter dispute with his wife Hasin Jahan after she filed a complaint of adultery and domestic abuse against the cricketer in Kolkata earlier this month.
Mohammed Shami got 3-4 stitches on top of his right eye. (Twitter Photo)
Following an official complaint by Hasin, Shami was booked for domestic abuse and attempt to murder on March 8 along with four of his family members under several Indian Penal Code (IPC) sections, including section 498A, which amounts to cruelty to a woman by her husband or his relatives.
And then, Hasin revealed a recording of an alleged phone call she had with Shami. The male voice (Shami’s according to Hasin), said he met with Alishba to take money sent by one Mohammad bhai.
Hasin had accused Shami of an extra-marital affair with Alishba, a Pakistani model. However, Alisbha later came out in the open and said she and Shami were only friends and no money had changed hands when they met in Dubai.
— JAVED AKHTAR (@javedakhtar90) March 25, 2018
During the ACSU investigation, Shami reportedly admitted to his extra-marital affairs. He was apparently making up stories of financial gains to meet his female friends.
Shami was found to have not breached the BCCI’s anti-corruption code after the ACSU investigation had concluded. Consequently, BCCI decided to hand Shami his Grade B contract under which he will be paid a retaintership fee of Rs 3 crore.
After being cleared by the BCCI’s ACSU, the 27-year-old on Friday expressed his gratitude for his friends, family and well wishers for their continuous support and love in this trying time. He asserted that he has always played for his country and shall continue to do so.
“I am extremely thankful to all my friends that you continued to have faith in me and gave me your love and support in adverse conditions. I played for you and my country, I will keep playing,” Shami wrote on Twitter.