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Kerala Love Jihad case: NIA cannot investigate validity of Hadiya’s marriage

In Kerala Love Jihad case hearing in the Supreme Court on Tuesday has taken a new turn. A Bench headed by Chief Justice of India Deepak Mishra said that the National Investigation Agency (NIA) is not allowed to investigate Hadiya’s marriage.

It may be noted that Hadiya’s father had alleged that her daughter was forced to convert to the religion and then she was forcibly married to a Muslim man.

In November last year, 24-year-old Hadiya told the Supreme Court that she wants to be with her husband Shafin. She has made to the headlines after marrying a Muslim man and the matter was brought before the supreme court.

Earlier, Hadiya said that she married Shafin on her own wish that she was not compelled or forced to do this. On the other hand, Hadiya’s father has alleged that her studies have also been stopped.

Responding to this, Tehsin Poonawala tweeted, “Every day I say that we should have complete faith in the Supreme Court and once again my faith in the Supreme Court has been proved fair. Thanks to the Supreme Court for upholding the dignity of freedom and marriage of Hadiya.”

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