Thought of committing suicide thrice: Mohammed Shami

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Mohammed Shami
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Team India’s fast bowler Mohammad Shami has made a big disclosure about his life in an Instagram live chat with Rohit Sharma.

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All kinds of sporting activities have come to a standstill due to the Corona epidemic. Meanwhile, Team India’s fast bowler Mohammad Shami has made a big disclosure related to his life in an Instagram live chat with Rohit Sharma. In which he has said that there was a time when I thought of suicide not once but three times.

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Actually, Shami suffered an injury during the World Cup in 2015. It took them 18 months to recover. After this, in the year 2018, his wife Hasin Jahan also accused him of domestic violence. As a result, a local court in West Bengal issued an arrest warrant against Shami in the domestic violence case in September last year. Not only this but during this time he was also injured due to an accident.

Recalling his bad times in this way, Shami said,

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“It was not easy for him to deal with pressure in his personal and professional life. He thought of committing suicide not once but thrice. The media was covering my personal issues in a big way. If my family did not support me, I would have committed suicide. Our house was on the 24th floor, due to which someone was always in the room with me that I should not jump. “

After then he said,

“People in the family said about focusing on cricket. My brother and friends helped a lot. “

In this way, he made a comeback against Australia at the end of 2018 with the help of Team India and his family. Now he has been an important part of the team in limited-overs as well as tests. Shami has so far taken 180 wickets in 49 Tests for India. He has taken 144 wickets in 77 matches in ODIs. He has 12 wickets in 11 T20s.