Mohammed Shami Donates Tricycle to Differently-abled People on his Daughter’s Birthday
Indian fast bowler Mohammed Shami celebrated his daughter, Aaira Shami’s birthday by doing a noble cause. Shami went on to donate the tricycle to the differently-abled people owing to the charity.
Thus, Shami took to his social media profile on Twitter – to share the heartwarming moment. Subsequently, Shami said that he is trying to continue the old charity traditions of decades which were done by his forefathers.
Shami tries to give it back to the society:
Thus, Shami was able to celebrate her daughter’s birthday in a grand style.
Meanwhile, paceman Shami has returned to Indian Test team squad for the England series. Shami was able to make the cut into the 18-man squad for the first Three Test of the five-match series.
In fact, Shami was dropped from the One-off Test against Afghanistan after he had failed to clear the much-talked-about Yo-Yo Test.
Nevertheless, the fast bowler was able to bounce back stronger as he cleared the fitness test recently.
Furthermore, Shami has gone through a tough phase in his personal life. Shami’s wife Hasin Jahan has levied a plethora of charges against the Indian fast bowler.
In fact, Shami’s central contract was also under scrutiny after Hasin had come up with fixing charges. However, the Board of Control for Cricket in India’s (BCCI) Anti Corruption Unit (ACU( was able to provide a clean chit to Shami after their investigation.
On the other hand, Shami will be determined to prove his mettle in the English conditions. Furthermore, Shami’s experience will also help him.
India will play a four-day warm-up match from July 25 against Essex. The first Test match will take place from 1st August at Edgbaston, in Birmingham.
Mohammed Shami took to Twitter to share his post.
Shami’s post read as “Continuing the decades-old tradition of – #Charity with #Humbleness & #Humility’ as #initiated by my forefathers. #love for #society#myvillage.
Here is Shami’s post:
— Mohammad Shami (@MdShami11) July 20, 2018