Feel vindicated: Hasin Jahan after Kolkata Police chargesheets Mohammed Shami

first_imgFeel vindicated: Hasin Jahan after Kolkata Police chargesheets Mohammed ShamiHasin Jahan said she felt vindicated after Mohammed Shami was chargesheeted by Kolkata Police on Thursday. In 2018, Hasin had accused Shami of domestic abuse and several extra-marital affairs.advertisement India Today Web Desk KolkataMarch 14, 2019UPDATED: March 15, 2019 08:52 IST Hasin Jahan said her accusations against Mohammed Shami have now been proven. (Mohammed Shami Photo)HIGHLIGHTSMohammed Shami was charged under sections of dowry and sexual harassment on ThursdayHasin Jahan said that she had been through a long journey for this little bit of successJahan said Shami had even stopped the allowance for their daughterHasin Jahan said she felt vindicated after her husband and India pacer Mohammed Shami was charged under Section 498A (dowry harassment) and 354A (sexual harassment) by Kolkata Police on Thursday. The chargesheet was submitted before the Alipore court in Kolkata.Last year, Hasin had accused Shami of domestic abuse and extra-marital affairs. After several dramatic developments for days, Shami did play in the IPL but he was far from his best. However, after his recent outstanding performances in Australia, Shami is almost certain to make the World Cup squad.On Thursday, Kolkata Police filed a chargesheet over Hasin’s complaint that she was subjected to domestic abuse and torture by Shami and his family.”I have had to complete a long journey for this because the torture, the injustice that happened with me and my daughter was immense. So many people supported him in his wrong deeds, BCCI should have taken an action but they didn’t.”I had thought that I am a Bengali and I will definitely get justice and today that day has come. My faith has been fulfilled today even though there are only two sections levied against him in the chargesheet, there had to be more on the basis of the evidences that I had submitted. On the basis of that, the chargesheet should have been stronger,” Hasin Jahan told Sports Tak.”Somewhere, I did feel the chargesheet won’t be filed because of their sources, money and power, they might get successful in pulling me down but I had faith in God and my honesty. My allegations that Shami and his brother behaved extremely badly with me is now in front of you.advertisement”Since a few months, Shami had stopped Bebo’s maintenance also. He can do whatever he wants but since I have come into this fight, I will fight till the end and I will see who wins.”BCCI never supported me even when I had proven that Shami did wrong with me. Now that the chargesheet has been filed, at least now they should take some action against him. He is performing well for the country which is good but at the end of the day, he is a criminal and he spoilt my life and the life of my daughter.”I am struggling so much to make the ends meet,” Hasin Jahan said.Mohammed Shami played in the fifth and final ODI against Australia at the Feroz Shah Kotla in Delhi. Before that, he featured in the Tests and ODIs in Australia and in the ODI series in New Zealand and stood out with some fine performances.Mohammed Shami is in India’s World Cup mix and will most likely be selected as part of India’s pace battery alongside Jasprit Bumrah and Bhuvneshwar Kumar.Also Read | Mohammed Shami vs Hasin Jahan: A timeline of bitter spats, alleged threats and high dramaFor sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Tags :Follow Mohammed ShamiFollow Hasin JahanFollow BCCIlast_img read more

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IMO Noise Code Becomes Mandatory from July 2014

first_imgzoom On 1st July 2014, the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) will be amended to make the ‘Code on Noise Levels Onboard Ships’ mandatory for new vessels.IMO recognizes that high noise levels onboard ships could affect seafarers’ health and impair the safety of the ship. The purpose of the Code therefore is to limit noise levels and to reduce seafarers’ exposure to noise.Managements ResponsibilitiesWhilst it will become mandatory from 1st July 2014 for new vessels, all vessel owners and managers are encouraged to review their responsibilities in relation to this code. The key responsibilities are listed here:– To provide instruction in the hazard of noise exposure and the risk of hearing loss at initial employment and periodically thereafter.– Provide warning signs at all entrances to spaces exceeding a noise level of 85dB(A), entry to such areas is to be controlled.– Where hand tools, galley equipment or other portable equipment exceeds 85dB(A) in normal working conditions warning information needs to be provided.– Provide effective hearing protection on an individual basis.– Provide a Hearing Conservation Plan for seafarers exposed to high levels of noise and that no expense is incurred by the seafarer.Noise Awareness PosterMaritime Progress has for many years produced a range of posters designed to assist management in bringing safety and operational issues to the attention of marine personnel.Poster 1072 – “Control of Noise” forms part of the popular “ISM Safety Works”, series of posters which have been continually developed by Maritime Progress since the company’s inception in 1985.The poster has been developed to assist management in bringing the attention of the crew to this important subject and is available from Maritime Progress stockists now.Original Legislatively Correct ProductsThe popularity of Maritime Progress posters has encouraged some producers to make illegal copies and has lead to inaccurate and unaccountable information being displayed to crew onboard ship. Seafarers are strongly recommended to deal only with recognised Maritime Progress distributors for the supply of ISM SafetyWORKS posters and manuals.Maritime Progress, April 9, 2014last_img read more

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