BCCI confirms Shami stayed in Dubai hotel for 2 days

Elias Hubbard
March 20, 2018

The former Kolkata Knight Riders cheerleader made a shocking claim earlier this month when she said the Bengal pacer had taken money from a Pakistani woman, whom he had met in Dubai, on the insistence of England-based Mohammed Bhai. "I had the desire to meet him (Shami) like any other fan would want to, which I don't think is a big deal", Alishba told "ABP" news.

Shami said this was not a work of Hasin and someone was involved, maybe due to greed of money.

"I was a follower on Instagram like thousands of his fans, which is how I became Shami's friend".

After Alishba's statement regarding her meeting with Shami, BCCI has informed Kolkata police that Mohammed Shami was in Dubai for two days in February. "However, since she was not at home, I left a letter with the officials outside her house seeking an appointment", she said.

"I respect him a lot as a person and we just became good friends..." I have sent him messages... Just like he has lakhs of followers, I am one among those normal fans. However, I visited the hotel next morning at around 9am and had a breakfast with him.

Jahan, who tied the knot with Shami in 2014, has been relentlessly accusing Shami of domestic violence and adultery ever since she took to Facebook posting photos of alleged conversations between the cricketer and multiple women. She had plans to destroy my family life. You should make him stand on the road and beat him.

On Monday, Hasin Jahan also recorded a confidential statement before a magistrate at Alipore court. "But since it is confidential, I can not comment on it". Alishba however, denied knowing Mohammad bhai and the monetary allegation.

The Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators (CoA) chairman Vinod Rai had last week instructed the Board of Control for Cricket in India's anti-corruption unit chief Neeraj Kumar to probe the corruption allegations against Shami.

"I still say that this is not the deed of Hasin".

Shami said, "As regards match fixing, the perpetrators evade, there was no fault in my mind, nor is and neither will it be". "I have not committed any wrong". It remains to be seen how this public spat will conclude.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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