Kerala conversion and marriage case: Hadiya’s father moves HC claiming she is untraceable | Kochi News

KOCHI: The family of Hadiya, previously involved in a controversial conversion and marriage case, has approached the Kerala high court, expressing concern over her untraceability for the past month.

Hadiya’s father, Asokan K M, alleges that his daughter may have been taken into illegal custody by individuals associated with the banned Popular Front of India, including her husband, Shafin Jahan.

The plea is expected to be heard on Tuesday, according to a lawyer connected to the case. Asokan informed the court that, despite their efforts, Hadiya has been unreachable, with her phone often switched off or unanswered. He further mentioned that their visit to her recently opened homeopathic clinic in Malappuram revealed it was closed, and neighbors were unaware of her whereabouts.
The petition raises concerns about potential harm to Hadiya, suggesting that individuals linked to the banned organization PFI may pose a threat. The fourth respondent in the petition is A S Sainaba, a former office-bearer of the National Women’s Front, the women’s wing of the banned PFI, and the sixth respondent is Hadiya’s husband, Jahan.
Asokan also asserted that Hadiya had informed the family about her separation from her husband. However, Hadiya, in a recent interview, claimed to have married someone else and accused her father of being influenced by the Sangh Parivar.
Hadiya’s case gained attention when she converted to Islam during her medical studies and married Jahan in 2016. Her father filed a petition alleging forced conversion and ties between Jahan and extremist organizations, leading to the annulment of the marriage by the high court. The Supreme Court later set aside the high court’s decision in 2018.
(With agency inputs)

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