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Kerala Love Jihad: 'I am a Muslim, want to remain one', says Hadiya to SC

By Madhuri Adnal
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    In a new turn in Kerala's 'love jihad' case, Hadiya, a Hindu woman from Kerala who converted to Islam on Tuesday filed an affidavit in the Supreme Court stating that she is a Muslim and wanted to remain as a Muslim. She also stated that she wanted to remain the wife of Shafi Jahan. Hadiya was known as Akhila Ashokan before she converted.

    Kerala Love Jihad case: Hadiya files affidavit in SC

    In the affidavit Hadiya has categorically stated that she embraced Islam and married to Shafin Jahan on her own free will.

    She also stated that baseless and malicious propaganda was made by the investigating agency and by the evil forces that she was mentally not sound, and she had connection with IS.

    Six months after directing NIA probe in Kerala love jihad case, the Supreme Court on Tuesday said that it would not rely on investigation report on larger conspiracy to decide the legality of marriage of Hadiya with Shafin Jahan as both are adults and their decision of getting into relationship could not be examined by court or any probe agency.

    Born Akhila, the girl converted to Islam and married Jahan while still studying. Her father had opposed her marriage and the NIA is probing the case of 'Love Jihad' in Kerala.

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