BCCI clears corruption charges; Shami back in BCCI contract list
Sports: Indian pace bowler Mohammad Shami has finally got good news. He has suffered for the past two weeks with domestic violence allegations, criminal cases, contractual disruptions, and fixing scandal. The BCCI today decided to include Shami in the annual contract list. The board has made a statement to this effect. In addition, BCCI Anti-Corruption Department (ACU) Head Neeraj Kumar also gave a statement in favor of Shami in his inquiry.
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Shami’s wife Hasin Jahan alleges that Shami has spent two days in Dubai. Committee of Administrators (COA) chief Vinod Rai to ask BCCI’s anti-corruption body to submit a report in a week’s time. the relationship with Pakistani woman Alishba and Mohammed Bhai of England. The report contains information that there is nothing to suspect Shamy in this regard. “The COA believes that the BCCI should not take action against Shami as per the Anti Corruption Code.
The BCCI has made it clear that the contract is given to the board. Shami Grade ‘B’ contract was awarded. Accordingly, he earns Rs. 3 crores. The way to the Shami IPL is clearly seen. On the other hand, the case of the case filed against his wife’s complaint continues.
This is a great success. Other charges are also acquitted. My personality and patriotism are suffering from sorrow. Full confidence in BCCI investigation. Have been under severe stress for 10-15 days. The courage was increased when it was acquitted. Inspired to go back to the ground again. All my anger is shown in a positive manner. Now let’s talk about my bowling. I know I’m not wrong. I am grateful to BCCI.