Mohammed Shamir surrenders in Alipore court in bride torture case, later bailed on personal bond Pipa News

Mohammed Shamir surrenders in Alipore court in bride torture case, later bailed on personal bond

North Bengal News Digital Desk: Mohammed Shami got a big relief before the World Cup. This star pacer of India got bail in the bride torture case. Shamir was granted bail by the Alipore court on a personal bond of 2000 rupees on Tuesday. His wife Hasin Jahan filed a case against him on several charges starting from bride torture.

It is known that on March 8, 2018, Hasin Jahan filed a case of bride torture against India’s star pacer Mohammad Shami and his grandfather at Jadavpur police station. On August 29, 2019, the ACJM Court of Alipore issued an arrest warrant against Shami. On September 9 that year, the Alipore District Sessions Court suspended the order. The case has been pending there for almost four years. Later, Hasin approached Calcutta High Court. The cricketer’s wife went to the Supreme Court when Justice Shampa Sarkar upheld the order of the lower court. The case was sent back to the lower court for speedy disposal of the case. It should be noted that the court did not issue an arrest warrant against Mohammed Shami due to being a member of the Indian national cricket team. However, the court ordered him to surrender and apply for bail. Similarly, Mohammad Shami surrendered in the court on Tuesday. The court granted him bail on a personal bond of Rs 2,000.

According to the lawyers, he should not have gone to the District Sessions Judge, High Court or Supreme Court in person to seek interim bail. But to get bail from the trial court, he had no choice but to go to the court in person. So the Indian cricketer got bail by appearing in the court after returning home after the Asia Cup. Mohammad Shami was accompanied by his grandfather Mohammad Hasim. Shami’s lawyer Salim Rahman said, ‘Shami and his grandfather Hasim appeared in court. They applied for bail. The court granted that application.’ Apart from Salim, lawyer Nazmul Alam Sarkar was also present.

The star bowler of the Indian cricket team appeared in court today for the first time in the bride torture case. The hearing was at two in the afternoon. Shami was not present in the court at that time. Then Hasin Jahan’s lawyer objected to it. The judge also said that Shami should be present in the courtroom. After the court’s order, Mohammad Shami appeared in the court again and got bail on a personal bond of two thousand rupees.

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