BCCI to take strict actions against Mohammed Shami?

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Sabyasachi Bagchi: Indian speed star Mohammed Shami is in further trouble as BCCI had asked their Anti corruption Unit (ACU) to “look into the Shami issue” after his wife Hasin Jahan alleged him in the fixing charges.

the Supreme Court-run Committee of Administrators (CoA) head Vinod Rai wrote an e-mail to ACU head Neeraj Kumar, asking him to investigate these charges and submit a report within a week.

“This has reference to the various media reports pertaining to allegations against Shami. The CoA has listened to the audio recording of a telephonic conversation which it is claimed is between Shami and his wife. The said audio recording is available in public domain. The CoA is concerned only with such portion of the said audio recording in which the person who it is claimed is Shami is heard saying another person by the name of “Mohammed Bhai” had sent money to Shami through a Pakistani lady by the name of “Alisba,” writes Rai.

Jahan has claimed that Shami could be involved in match-fixing as he accepted money from a Pakistani girl named Alisbah in Dubai after being convinced by one England-based Mohammad Bhai.

Spelling out the areas which Kumar needs to probe in this case, Rai says: “Please investigate the above assertions/ allegations under the BCCI Anti-Corruption Code and submit a report to the CoA with your findings as to whether there is any basis to proceed further in terms thereof.The investigation should cover (i) the identity and antecedents of “Mohammad Bhai” and “Alisba”; (ii) whether any money was in fact sent by the said Mohammad Bhai through the said Alisba to Shami; and (iii) if yes, the purpose for which the said money was received by Shami.”

After Jahan's allegations BCCI held the contract with Shami."Since the CoA has decided to hold back Shami’s player contract pending submission of your report as aforesaid, you are requested to submit the said report at the earliest and preferably no later than seven days from today,” writes the CoA head.

He concluded his letter saying,"The CoA wishes to emphasize that the investigation be limited to the above issues only and not deal with any of the other allegations against Shami unless you find that the same fall within the purview of the BCCI Anti-Corruption Code,”.

Kolkata police has already started investigation and written a letter to BCCI  to inquire about his travel details after the last T20I match in South Africa and as per sources BCCI will answer in this matter soon. On March 16, IPL governing council will meet to discuss about Shami 's participation in this edition of IPL.

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