New Delhi: Indian pacer Mohammad Shami’s estranged wife Hasin Jahan has moved to Supreme Court to fight against the Calcutta High Court order which dismissed her plea seeking to lift stay on cricketer’s arrest.
A Sessions Court in West Bengal had stayed the arrest warrant issued against Shami.
The wife of current Indian Cricket Team player Mohammad Shami has moved the Supreme Court through her counsels Deepak Prakash, Advocate-on-Record, Nachiketa Vajpayee, and Divyangna Malik Vajpayee, Advocate.
She alleged that Shami used to demand dowry from her and that he has been continuously involved in illicit extramarital sexual affairs with prostitutes, especially during his BCCI tours, in the hotel rooms provided by the BCCI, even till the present day.
According to the petition, an arrest warrant was issued against Shami by the Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate, Alipore, on August 29, 2019.
Mohammad Shami challenged the said order before the Sessions Court, which, on September 9, 2019, stayed the arrest warrant and the entire criminal trial proceedings.
Consequently, Shami’s wife moved to the High Court of Calcutta but failed to get any order in her favour.
She moved to the Supreme Court against the Calcutta High Court order dated March 28 2023.
She said that the impugned Order is manifestly erroneous in law, which is in blatant violation of her right to a speedy trial.
(With Agency Inputs)
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