Mohammed Shami Ordered to Pay Rs. 1.3 Lakh Monthly Alimony to Ex-Wife by Kolkata Court
A court in Kolkata ordered Indian bowler Mohammed Shami to pay his former wife Hasin Jahan INR 1.30 lakh in alimony per month on Monday, January 23. Hasin Jahan will get a personal alimony payment of INR 50,000 from the total of INR 1.30 lakh, with the remaining INR 80,000 going for the care of their daughter, who lives with her.
Hasin Jahan filed a case in court in 2018 demanding INR 10 lakh per month in alimony payments, with Rs 7,00,000 going to her personal maintenance and the remaining INR 3,00,000 going to their daughter’s care. Her counsel, Mriganka Mistry, told the court that the Indian pacer’s yearly salary for fiscal year 2020-21 was more over INR 7 crore, and that a monthly alimony payment of INR 10 lakhs was therefore not excessive.
Selim Rahman, Shami’s counsel, said that Hasin Jahan’s claim for such a large quantity of alimony was inappropriate since she had a consistent source of income from her work as a professional fashion model.
After hearing from both sides, the lower court ordered the monthly alimony payment at INR 1.30 lakh on Monday. Hasin Jahan expressed thanks for the court’s decision, but said that a larger alimony payment would have made her feel more relieved. Until the report was filed, the Indian pacer did not reply to this count.
After India defeated Pakistan in the Asia Cup in September of last year, Hasin Jahan started a covert assault on Shami, who was not on the Indian squad. She accomplished this by uploading a photo of Hardik Pandya, who concluded the chase with a six and took India to a win against their archrivals.
“Congratulations. A remarkable triumph. Thank you to our Tigers for assisting the nation in winning. This had to happen; the country’s name and honour are better safeguarded by honest patriots than criminals and womanisers,” she captioned her photo.