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Your Reason has been Reported to the admin. My Saved Videos Sign in Sign up. Mail This Video. To see your saved stories, click on link hightlighted in bold. In May , the Kerala High Court annulled a marriage of a converted Hindu woman Akhila alias Hadia to a Muslim man Shafeen Jahan on the grounds that the bride's parents were not present, nor gave consent for the marriage, after allegations by her father of conversion and marriage at the behest of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria.
It ordered the DGP of Kerala to investigate cases of "love jihad" and probe incidents of forced conversion, emphasising "the existence of an organisational setup functioning behind the scenes of such cases of 'love jihad' and conversions.
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It also observed, "Are there any radical organisations involved, are questions that plague an inquisitive mind. But sadly, there are no answers available in this case. The woman's father, Ashokan Mani, had earlier filed a habeas corpus petition in January after she disappeared from the campus where she studied. He alleged his daughter was forcefully converted to Islam, and his family were reportedly told by her that she was being held against her will by two of her classmates Jaseena Aboobacker and her sister Faseena.
However, after she was found, Akhila claimed that she was following Islam since and left her home out of her own will. She also stated that she was not under any confinement against her free will. She stated that she had come under the religion's influence after hearing its teachings from her roommates. In her affidavit, she stated she lived with Aboobacker for a brief period and then shifted to Satyasarani's hostel in Manjeri , an institution allegedly promoting conversion to Islam and reported to be closely connected with the Popular Front of India.
The institution introduced her to Sainaba in Ernakulam with whom she lived after her father filed the petition. The court allowed her to stay with Sainaba and later dismissed Ashokan's petition in June , after she produced records of her admission to Satyasarani. Two months later, he filed another petition and alleged that his daughter was converted at the behest of ISIS and feared she may be taken to join it in Afghanistan, citing cases of two Kerala women joining the group after conversion and marriage to Muslim men.
Akhila showed the marriage certificate and marriage registration certificate, but it was annulled. The counsel of the father of the woman alleged she had been psychologically indoctrinated.
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Raveendran on 16 August while the NIA had earlier submitted that the woman's conversion and marriage was not "isolated" and it had detected a pattern emerging in the state, stating they came across another case involving the same people. The Supreme Court on 8 March overturned the annulment of Hadiya's marriage by the Kerala High Court and held that the she had married out of her own free will.
However, it allowed NIA to continue investigation into the allegations of a terror angle. In October , the Karnataka government announced its intentions to counter "Love Jihad", which "appeared to be a serious issue". Following the launching of a poster campaign in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, purportedly by organisation Shri Ram Sena, state police began investigating the presence of that organisation in the area. On 9 December , Justice K T Sankaran for the Kerala High Court weighed in on the matter while hearing bail for Muslim youth arrested for allegedly forcibly converting two campus girls.
According to Sankaran, police reports revealed the "blessings of some outfits" for a "concerted" effort for religious conversions, some 3, to 4, incidences of which had taken place after love affairs in a four-year period. In January , Kerala police declared that Love Jihad was "[a] campaign with no substance", bringing legal proceedings instead against the website hindujagruti. In September , following the resurgence of national attention,  Reuters reported that police in Uttar Pradesh had found no credence in the five or six recent allegations of Love Jihad that had been brought before them, with state police chief A.
Banerjee stating that, "In most cases we found that a Hindu girl and Muslim boy were in love and had married against their parents' will.
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