Hadiya with her husband Shafin Jahan.
A bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra, in a brief operative order said it was restoring Hadiya and Jahan's marriage, as it had interacted with the former and found that she had exercised her consent in getting married. Kerala Love Jihad case victim, Hadiya (also known as Akhila) had on February 20, filed an affidavit in the Supreme Court and stated that she is a Muslim and wanted to remain as a Muslim. Hadiya told the court that she faced mental harassment in the past 11 months under the custody of her parents. "They (NIA) can not investigate into the marital status", the top court had observed.
The question was put to her as part of her deposition in the Supreme Court, which ordered the NIA, India's anti-terror probe agency, to probe the conspiracy of sham religious conversions of young women to Islam. Hadiya converted to Islam and married a Muslim man Shafi Jahan while studying.
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Aug 16: SC orders NIA to probe the case of conversion and marriage of Hadiya to Jahan, as the agency claims a "pattern" was emerging in Kerala.
But the Supreme Court allowed the agency to continue its investigation, begun in 2015, of the alleged radicalization of young Hindus in Kerala, which sends tens of thousands of workers to the Middle East, as a potential hotbed for Islamic State recruitment. "I want to be with my husband", the 25-year-old woman, wearing a headscarf, shouted to media persons as she was being taken inside the Nedumbassery airport in Kochi amid tight security.
Earlier this week, Hadiya's father KM Asokan claimed before the apex court that his efforts prevented his daughter from being transported to "extremist-controlled territories" of Syria to be used as a "sex slave or a human bomb". "I have no doubts that it was bogus", Asokan said. The Bench said that there was a roving inquiry by the Kerala High Court into Hadiya's marriage.