Hadiya happy and content with the SC verdict

SC restores Hadiya’s marriage OKs probe

Hadiya happy and content with the SC verdict

K M Asokan, father of alleged love jihad victim Hadiya, today said he would consider moving a review petition in the Supreme Court against its judgement setting aside a Kerala High Court order annulling her marriage with a Muslim man.

Asokan and NIA vehemently argued that the marriage was part of a well-oiled machinery prevailing in Kerala to indoctrinate vulnerable youth to embrace Islam and lure them away to countries like Syria but the bench was not inclined to accept the argument and said "when two consenting adults marry we can not get into correctness, justness. its not fair".

Regarding her future plans, Hadiya said that she would like to continue her studies at the college in Salem.

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The matter came out when Shafin Jahan, Hadiya's husband, had challenged a Kerala High Court order annulling his marriage with her and sending the woman to her parents' custody.

"The Supreme Court has not cancelled the NIA investigation".

The order also came on a day when Additional Solicitor General Maninder Singh for NIA said that it had issued look-out circulars for two witnesses F Musthafa and S Shahana who "initiated" Hadiya into Islam. "I will try to convince the court about it once again", he said. The agency filed a status report of its probe in the court and claimed that there was a "well oiled machinery" behind the conversion of Hadiya and other girls. Such cases border on trafficking and we may invoke our powers...

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Out of 89 cases speculated, 11 cases of love jihad were confirmed said Kerala Police Chief Loknath Behera which was further sent to NIA and Hadiya's case was among the 11 confirmed love-jihad case. However, while probing such cases, a delicate balance has to be maintained between upholding an individual's right to choose her faith and a partner and unearthing any possible organised terror link unknown to the targeted person. "We have interacted with the girl", Justice Misra said. Marriage and personal relations are the core of plurality of Indian culture. The division bench presided by CJI Dipak Mishra also said that the HC breached their jurisdiction in taking the decision to nullify the marriage between Hadiya and Shefin.

The Bench said the government was free to take action if it found that the parties were involved in any criminal act.

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