There seems to be no end to Mohammed Shami's problem as the pacer's participation in the upcoming IPL now hinges on the investigative findings of the BCCI's Anti Corruption Unit (ACU) chief Neeraj Kumar, the acting president CK Khanna stated today as per PTI. Kumar has been tasked by the Committee of Administrators to investigate the match-fixing allegations made by the fast bowler's wife Hasin Jahan stating that Shami took bribe from a US-based businessman through a Pakistani women.
Since ACU chief Neeraj Kumar is investigating and has been given a seven-day time frame, any decision will be taken after he submits his report. The final decision will be taken by the CoA”
~ Neeraj Kumar (Acting president)
In a series of shocking and startling revelations Shami's wife took to social media to post screenshots of inflammatory messages alleging the fast bowler of adultery, infidelity and a plethora of other charges that created a furore in social media. Following the allegations, BCCI decided to withheld his annual contract.
The past few days has been rife for Shami who was slated to turn up for Delhi Daredevils this season, with his wife make sensational allegations by the minute, not only IPL, his international career has been put in serious jeopardy.