New Delhi: The order by the Alipore Court docket in Kolkata that wanted India pacer Mohammed Shami to give up inside 15 days from September 2, now not holds good as his lawyer Salim Rahaman has obtained a keep from a better courtroom.
Talking to IANS, Salim stated that the transfer was in any case in opposition to the authorized course of and there was no method that Shami may have been requested to give up. The primary transfer needed to be that of summoning both Shami or his consultant.
“The order didn’t hold much ground because while you can summon a person, you cannot issue a surrender notice. We have got a stay on the matter from a higher court and the rest of the plan of action you will get to know tomorrow,” he stated.
Shami may need left for the US from the tour of the West Indies, however he has been in fixed contact along with his lawyer in addition to the BCCI.
A case of home violence filed in opposition to him by his spouse, Hasin Jahan, had seen the Alipore courtroom in Kolkata order the India pacer to give up inside 15 days.
Talking to IANS, a senior Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI) functionary had stated that the quick bowler would return to India on September 12, and until then he was in contact along with his lawyer Salim Rahaman.
“Shami has gone to the US after the tour of the West Indies got over and he will be back in the country on the 12th. He has been in constant touch with his lawyer on the court matter and has also spoken to the relevant people within the board on the matter,” the functionary had stated.
The BCCI had on September 2 — the date of issuance of the courtroom order — made it clear that no motion might be taken in opposition to the bowler until they see the cost sheet. Whereas it was initially regarded as an arrest warrant, his lawyer had clarified that it was a be aware of give up.