The pacer’s estranged wife Hasin Jahan claimed that her husband took money for match-fixing from a Pakistani girl. Photograph:( Zee News Network )
Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administration (CoA) has given clean chit to Indian cricketer Mohammed Shami over match-fixing allegations.
Neeraj Kumar, the former Police Commissioner of Delhi and head of the BCCI's Anti-Corruption unit was investigating Shami's alleged cash dealing after reports emerged that Shami was allegedly involved in match-fixing.
Neeraj Kumar submitted his confidential reports to the COA clearing Mohammed Shami from all "cricket related allegations".
BCCI to proceed with offering a Grade ‘B’ annual retainership contract to Mohammad Shami, no charges of match fixing (file pic) pic.twitter.com/PaPWm7TK0j— ANI (@ANI) March 22, 2018
According to the conclusion derived from the reports, it is quite clear that no further actions or proceedings under the BCCI anti-corruption code are required in the matter.
BCCI may give a Grade 'B' annual retainership contract to Mohammed Shami which was due for a couple of weeks before reports of match-fixing surfaced in the media.
Recently, Shami's wife Hasin Jahan had levelled serious allegations including adultery, match-fixing and even attempt to murder on Shami.