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Love Jihad Case Why Hadiya Case is important and historic for Hindu Girls

Love Jihad Case Why Hadiya Case is important and historic for Hindu Girls
Hadiya case is very important and will become a historic legal case.

Hadiya case is going to set a rule for the Indian Hindu Females.

Today Indian females are not realizing the importance of this case but if verdict in Hadiya case goes against Hadiya, it will bring lots of problems for Indian females.

Slowly Indian females will find their status in society becoming similar like females of Saudi Arabia if Hadiay losses case.

Any one can become terrorist any time for any reason.

Understand the importance Love Jihad Hadiya Case
The Time Line of Hadiya Case

Any female can become a terriorst after her marriage her husband may belong to any religion.

As a Indian citizen every female has a right to choose her own faith and her own husband.

What is Love Jihad?
As per few Hindu Organizations like RSS and others a Marriage between Muslim Boy and Hindu Girl where Hindu girl converts to Islam is called as a Love Jihad.

Nothing is there as Love Jihad in reality its a fake conecpt to stop Hindu Girls from marrying Muslim boys; few powerful organizations do not want Hindu girls to marry Muslim boys that is reason they got the concept of Love Jihad and getting success as majority Indian females are not understanding the consequence, significance of Hadiya Case.

The NIA in its report to the Supreme Court referred to alleged cases in Kerala where Hindu women were "lured" into converting to Islam, allegedly to recruit them to "terror" causes.

Hadiya case is dealing with following questions directly or indirectly?

1- Does Hindu girl has a right to marry as per her wish?

2-Does Hindu girl has a right to marry Muslim Boy or outside Religion and in future caste will get added and no will realize it.

3-Upto which age a Hindu girl must obey her father and family

4- Does family has right to declare an educated and rebel girl as she is incapable to think and keep her in home like a slave

5-Does Hindu female has a right to choose her own religion once she becomes major

6- Is it compulsory for adult major Hindu girl to take a permission of her parents to marry the boy

7- Hindu Tradition is it  important or legal right, civil rights, fundamental rights are more important

About Siva Sakthi Yoga Centre -
a Hindu centre that visited Hadiya upon Ashokan's request, and whom Hadiya alleges "tortured" her and tried to re-convert her. There have been numerous other allegations of torture at the hands of Siva Sakthi Yoga Centre, where Hindu women are forced by their families to go and reconvert to Hinduism.

Who is Hadiya?
Hadiya is a 24-year-old homeopathic medical student from Vaikom, Kerala.
Her real name is Akhila Asokan, a Hindu girl.
Last year January 2016 she converted to Islam and married Safin Jahan despite opposition from her family.

SP Kerala Police says there's only one case related to campus politics, which had to do with him being admin of a WhatsApp group

January 6, 2016 –
Akhila was studying for a Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery degree at a college in Salem.
 On January 6, Akhila’s parents, Ashokan and Ponnamma, filed a missing person’s complaint.
Later Ashokan father of Hadiya filed a haebus corpus petition in the Kerala High Court to trace her.

Appearing in the Kerala High Court because of her father’s habeas corpus petition, Akhila told the court that she had converted to Islam and had taken the name Hadiya. In fact, she said that she had been practicing Islam for three years and recently she converted to Islam.

She told the court that she had left her home on January 2, 2016, because her father had seen her pray the Islamic way and had warned her against doing so.

Akhila then went to Jaseena's and Faseena's house in Perinthalmanna in Malappuram district. She then joined a course in Terbiathul Islam Sabha, and contacted Sathya Sarani, an educational institution in Manjeri, Malappuram, for a place to stay.

Sathya Sarani sent Sainaba, a social worker and member of the Popular Front of India, to meet Akhila. From January 7, Akhila started staying with Sainaba.

January 25, 2016 –
While Akhila's father Ashokan alleged that Sathya Sarani was involved in several illegal and forced conversions, the Kerala High Court dismissed his habeas corpus petition, after finding that Hadiya was not in illegal confinement.

August 17, 2016 –
Father of Hadiya, Ashokan files second petition, claims efforts to take Hadiya to Syria
he alleged that efforts were being made to transport Hadiya out of the country and to get her married off to a Muslim man.

The court passed an interim order stating that Hadiya should be kept under surveillance to ensure that she was not taken out of the country.

When the case was heard later in August, Hadiya told the court that Sainaba was her guardian and that she did not want to go back to her parents.

The court sent her to a hostel in Ernakulam after her father expressed concerns over her safety.

September 2016 –

In September, Hadiya told the court that she was being lodged in the hostel for no fault of hers and that she should be allowed to reside in a place of her choice.

She told the court that she does not possess a passport, and her lawyer argued that there was no possibility of her being taken to Syria.

The court sent Hadiya with Sainaba, and asked them to inform the Deputy Superintendent of Police of Perinthalmanna if Akhila was shifting to another place again.

November 2016 –
In November, the court expressed concern over Hadiya continuing to live with Sainaba and sought their source of income.

Hadiya said that as a doctor trainee, she was earning a monthly income of Rs 2,000 to sustain herself. However, the court noted that she had not completed her House Surgency and that she was not eligible to practice.

December 19, 2016 –

The court asked Hadiya to complete her course and shift to the college hostel.

Hadiya agreed to the court’s condition.
Her father was asked to appear before the court on December 21 with her certificates, so that Hadiya could resume her studies.

But on the same evening, Hadiya got married to Shafin Jahan at Sainaba’s residence, and did not inform either the court or her parents about it.

December 21, 2016 –
Hadiya appears in court with her husband Shafin

The Court observed that the marriage took place on December 19, on the same day the court had last heard the case, and raised several doubts regarding the manner in which the wedding was held.

"The question that now crops up is whether the marriage that has been allegedly performed is not a device to transport her out of the country. We are not aware of the identity of the person who is said to have married her, nor his antecedents," the court said.

"As per the Indian tradition, the custody of an unmarried daughter is with her parents, until she is properly married off," the court observed.

The court said that it was dissatisfied with the manner in which the marriage was conducted and sent Akhila to SNV Sadanam, a ladies’ hostel in Ernakulam, ordering that she shall have no access to mobile phones.

January 2017:
After the information about Hadiya’s wedding to Shafin came to light, the court asked the Deputy SP of Perinthalmanna to submit a report on Shafin.

In January 2017, the police told the High Court that Shafin had links with Sathya Sarani and that he was an accused in a criminal case.
He was also part of a WhatsApp group called ‘Thanal’ run by the core committee of Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI), the political wing of the Popular Front of India (PFI), the police said.

May 24, 2017:
Court annuls Hadiya and Shafin’s wedding

The Kerala High Court called Hadiya’s wedding to Shafin a sham.

The court concluded that Shafin was "only a stooge who has been assigned to play the role of going through a marriage ceremony."

“Are there any radical organizations involved, are questions that plague an inquisitive mind. But sadly, there are no answers available in this case," the court said.

Calling the young woman, ‘weak and vulnerable’, the court said that she had no clear plans for her life or future and said that there was an organized racket behind the conversion.

The court, in what has stunned legal experts and jurists, nullified the marriage, and sent Hadiya back to the custody of her parents.

August 16, 2017 –

Two months after the Kerala HC nullified their marriage, Shafin approached the Supreme Court with a special leave petition against the HC order.

Hearing the case, the Supreme court took note of the observations of the High Court that there were radical groups influencing and converting young girls.

on August 16, SC ordered an NIA probe into the case.

October 3, 2017 –

Hearing a petition filed by Shafin Jahan against the NIA probe into the case, the SC bench with CJI Dipak Misra questioned the earlier SC order by Justice Khehar.

Besides questioning the Kerala HC's power to declare a marriage as null, CJI Dipak Misra also raised doubts about Hadiya being sent to her father’s home. "Either we will appoint loco parentis, or we will send her somewhere safe. Father can't insist on her custody," he said.

October 26, 2017 -
Video shows Hadiya pleading for help

"You need to get me out. I will be killed anytime, tomorrow or the day after, I am sure. I know my father is getting angry. When I walk, he is hitting and kicking me. If my head or any other part of my body hits somewhere and I die..." Hadiya said in a video released by activist Rahul Easwar.

Activist Rahul Easwar met Hadiya at her home and shot a video with her permission. He told that Hadiya had been living in just a room and one-bathroom for the last three months and was not allowed to go out anywhere. "The girl says she wants to continue and die as a Muslim,"

November 14, 2016
Hadiya cannot meet Kerala Women's Commission, says her father
Hadiya's father denied permission to the Kerala Women's Commission to meet Hadiya. The women's body then approached the police to talk to him and explain why he banned the consultation.

November 16 and 17, 2017 -
The officials of the NIA Kochi unit took the statement at Hadiya’s house at Vaikom in Kottayam over two days.

November 21, 2017 –

Father Ashokan, who hasn’t allowed Hadiya to step out of the house or meet anyone ever since the Kerala High Court gave him custody, sought in-camera proceedings.

He claimed that an open court hearing will put mental pressure on Hadiya.

His petition was dismissed.

November 24, 2017 -
“I was not forcibly converted nor was I forced to marry. I want to go with my husband and I should get justice,” Hadiya screamed while on her way to Delhi to give her testimony in open court.

November 26, 2017 -
Hadiya "Does Not Have an Independent Mind", Says Her Father's Lawyer
Hadiya's father argued in court that her testimony cannot be relied upon as she "does not have an independent mind" and has been "brainwashed".

November 27, 2017 –
The Supreme Court allowed her to return to Salem and pursue her internship.

The Supreme Court freed Hadiya from her father's custody and allowed her to resume her studies at a Salem-based homeopathic college after she repeatedly pleaded that she wanted the freedom to make her own choices.

The National Investigation Agency also submitted a 100-page report to the Supreme Court on its inquiry into the case.

Hadiya told the SC that she wants to complete her studies and expressed the apprehension that her parents, in whose custody she has been for the past six months, would not allow her to do so. Asked what she wants to do, Hadiya said she wanted to pursue medicine and live a life true to her faith.

Once Supreme Court of India gives final judgement in Hadiya case it will become Historical Case and it will get cited, mentioned in every court of law in India.

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