I Wish To See My Husband, I Wish Him To Free Forever, Hadiya Stated To The Supreme Court

Shafin Jahan stated that he and Hadiya, until that time Akhila, were wedded and were together for just two days that is 48 hours before her father and mother went to the police force and she was pressurized to leave.

I Wish To See My Husband, I Wish Him To Free Forever, Hadiya Stated To The Supreme Court

Kerala-based woman Hadiya, who is 25 years old, was freed from her parents’ detention yesterday after she stated the Supreme Court that she had converted and transformed to Islam religion and wedded a Muslim guy by her own preference. Her lawyers had stated that she can now finally meet her spouse, whenever he visits her at her hostel in the state of Tamil Nadu where she will be living after completing college.

The high court did not send her immediately to her husband known as Shafin Jahan’s home like the way she desired; it will take up the subject of her wedding in the month of January. “I wish to have my freedom, I wish to see my husband,” Hadiya stated that the 3 judges who wished to make out what she, as a matured individual, had to give their opinion about her family’s accusation that she was instructed, brainwashed and pressurized to get married for the reason of terror.

Speaking in the local language Malayalam, Hadiya stated she had been captivated in “unlawful detention” for eleven months by the High Court of Kerala and her parents. But Hadiya had no option but to wait for over 2 hours before she could utter a single word. When the court actually started questioning and perplexed her, the judges asked her about her early school days, hobbies and career. Shafin Jahan stated he and Hadiya, formerly known as Akhila, were wedded and spent together only 48 hours before her mother and father went to the police force and she was pressurized to leave.

Following her family’s objections and complaint, her wedding is being inspected by the National Investigation organization, which says there is a prototype of “love jihad”—the term generally used by right-wing organizations that lay blame on Muslim men of cornering and getting married Hindu women to engage them for terror activities.