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The NIA Court here has granted permission to the National Investigation Agency to interrogate two key accused in the Kanakamala Islamic State (IS) module case as part of the probe in the sensational
The sources said they had communicated with Jahan so that the probe agency has "to speak to them to verify true facts."
The NIA would be interrogating Omar Al Hindi, a native of Thalassery, and Safvan alias Rayyan of Tirur, the first and ninth accused in the Kanakamala IS module case.
From Actress abduction to Hadiya, here are some of the most controversial cases courted by Kerala in 2017
The sensational Akhila/Hadiya case, which triggered debates on forcible religious conversions across the nation, saw bigotry at its peak.
Calling them an even more ‘rocking couple’ than celebrities, the activist has slammed the courts while extending her ‘best wishes’ to Hadiya and Shafin for a ‘very happy married life’.
The interrogation at the state headquarters of NIA in Kochi was in connection with his alleged links with Omar-al-Hindi.
Jahan was questioned a week after the Apex Court gave its nod to carry on investigation into the conversion of Hadiya and her marriage with him.
While hearing the Hadiya case, an SC judge reportedly mentioned the Stockholm Syndrome. It might not be relevant in this context
She was my best friend. It seems my best friend has deceived me: Hadiya's father Karattu Moni Asokan
Asokan talks about his daughter, family, belief and life at his house, which is guarded by the police and CCTV cameras.
K M Asokan said the Supreme Court had sent Hadiya to the homoeopathy medical college in TN with a purpose to allow her to complete her studies and any move to interrupt it would be an offence.
College dean said that Hadiya talked to Jahan on his mobile phone.
Hadiya was brought to the Sivaraj Homeopathy Medical College amid tight security by Kerala police from Coimbatore, about 170 kms from Salem last night.
She was brought to the Sivaraj Homeopathy Medical College amid tight security by Kerala police from Coimbatore.
A Kerala woman, who is at the centre of an alleged love-jihad case, will continue to pursue her studies under Hindu name Akhila Ashokan, principal of the college said today.
In the wake of the Supreme Court directing Hadiya to be taken to college for her studies, her father KM Ashokan on Tuesday expressed happiness, adding he had always wanted her to study.