Jahan registered an FIR against Shami and four of his family members on Friday.
Though Shami hails from Uttar Pradesh, he represents Bengal in domestic cricket.
The other charges recorded against Mohammed Shami are under Section 307 - attempt to murder, Section 323 - punishment for voluntarily causing hurt, Section 376 - rape, Section 506 - criminal intimidation, Section 328 and Section 34. I confronted him but he threatened me and dared me to do whatever I wanted, saying he was not afraid of anyone. "If I have tortured her then she needs to prove it", said Shami.
Jahan said, "Shami is a double-faced man". So I chose to post all of Shami's wrongdoing on FB (Facebook).
However, Mohammed Shami denies all allegations and calls this a conspiracy and an attempt to damage his reputation. She has to prove all the allegations made against me.
"I gave him enough time (to rectify his ways) and tried to calm myself down but instead of accepting his own mistakes, he used to vent his anger on me and even threaten me, asking to keep mum for my own goodwill", she added. "Out of my two girls, one is staying with me while the other one is studying", said Jahan.
She had also alleged that Shami was involved in match-fixing.
This has led to different threads of discussion on social media: instances of players in various sports with turbulent personal lives who continued to shine professionally, whether BCCI's action is more pre-emptive than prudent, whether Shami is being falsely implicated, whether his wife was right in naming and shaming the women etc. She even posted the screenshots of the conversations along with photographs and phone numbers of women on Facebook.
"As far as the allegation of compromising my performance playing for the country is concerned, I would rather die than do something like this", Shami told reporters.