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Exclusive | Mohammed Shami should be punished for his sins, says wife Hasin Jahan

Hasin Jahan, who was in Delhi to meet Mohammed Shami after the fast bowler met with a road accident on March 24, told India TV in an exclusive interview that she took action against Shami in order to teach him a lesson.

Written by: India TV Sports Desk, New Delhi [ Updated: March 28, 2018 11:13 IST ]
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Mohammed Shami and wife Hasin Jahan.

Mohammed Shami's estranged wife Hasin Jahan has alleged that he doesn't want to stay with her anymore and that the India fast bowler should be punished for the sins he has committed. (Also read: 'I will see you in court now': Mohammed Shami tells wife Hasin Jahan after meeting her)

Jahan, who was in Delhi to meet Shami after the fast bowler met with a road accident and suffered minor injuries on March 24, told India TV in an exclusive interview that she took action against Shami in order to teach him a lesson and to make him a better person.

"Mohammed Shami should be punished for his sins... only then he will be realise his mistakes and become a better person. Otherwise, there's no limit to his sins. I had to take this step to make him realise his mistakes," Jahan told India TV.

Earlier on Tuesday, Jahan said that Shami not only refused to see her but also threatened her. 

Jahan said neither Shami nor his family want any compromise to happen between them. Jahan also alleged that Shami has lost all feelings for her and their daughter.

"He and his family don't want us to stay together. Even Shami doesn't want to stay with me because he has many girls in his life... He has no responsibility towards his wife. When we went to meet her, he didn't show any feelings towards me or our daughter," Jahan said.

Jahan and Shami are currently fighting a legal battle after the former accused the latter of having extra-marital affairs.

Shami has been booked under various bailable and non-bailable offences, including an attempt to murder, after Jahan's complaint.

However, the Board of Control for Cricket in India's (BCCI) Anti-Corruption Unit has given Shami a clean chit in regard to the match-fixing allegations levelled against him by Jahan. The board has also awarded Shami a pending Grade B annual retainership contract. 

Shami will also be free to play in the Indian Premier League for his franchise - the Delhi Daredevils, starting April 7.

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