Hasin Jahan, the wife of Mohammed Shami, an Indian cricketer, has filed a petition with the Supreme Court to overturn a decision by the Calcutta High Court that dismissed her request to have her husband’s arrest warrant issued by a local court be lifted.
The petitioner claimed that “Respondent No. 1 has been avoiding Respondent No. 2’s questions for the past four years without any justification,” and that “Respondent No. The only complaint that 3 made was that arrest warrants had been issued for them; he didn’t even ask God to delay the criminal trial.
However, Shami is currently busy playing in the ongoing Indian Premier League and his bowling impressed everyone.
The wife of Mohammed Shami moves to the SC against him
The petitioner claims that as a result, the Sessions Court acted improperly and unfairly. Repeatedly jeopardizing and prejudicing his rights and interestsHasin Jahan, the wife of Indian cricketer Mohammad Shami, filed a petition with the Supreme Court asking for a warrant for her husband’s arrest for having extramarital relations with prostitutes.
Notably, Shami’s wife has claimed that he having extramarital affairs with prostitutes while on BCCI tours. The wife of Mohammad Shami moves the SC against him. An arrest warrant was issued by the Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate, Alipore, on August 29, 2019, by the petition submitted by Mohammad Shami’s wife.
After Shami appealed the aforementioned order, the Sessions Court stayed the arrest warrant and the entire criminal trial on September 9, 2019.
The Calcutta High Court, it should be noted, did not rule in favour of Shami’s wife. Hasin Jahan expressed concerns about the lack of special treatment for celebrities under the law in a petition to the Supreme Court.
She also informed the court that for the last 4 years, the trial has not progressed and it has remained stayed as well. “Criminal Trial in the present case has been stayed for the past 4 years, without any just circumstances, in a case wherein Respondent No 3 did not even pray for the stay of criminal trial and his sole grievance was only against the issuance of Arrest warrants against them, thus, the Sessions Court acted in an erroneous and biased manner, by virtue of which the rights and interests of the Petitioner have been severally jeopardized and prejudiced,” the petitioner said.
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