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Supreme Court asked if a roving inquiry could be ordered into the "issue of consent" between two adults who married at will and if the Kerala HC order annulling the marriage of Hadiya was justified.
In November last year, Shafin Jahan, husband of Hadiya, filed a complaint with the police, alleging that attempts are being made to reconvert his wife to Hinduism.
Earlier, Hadiya's father had requested Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra to defer the hearing scheduled to be on February 22, but it was not allowed by the court.
In an affidavit filed before the top court, 25-year-old Hadiya also said that she had married Shafin Jahan on her own and sought the court's permission to "live as his wife".
They were clueless when their daughters overlooked them and renounced their faith to undertake a new journey.
Gulbahar Bibi, wife of 50-year-old Afrazul Khan, has also sought a direction that the video of her husband's ghastly murder and setting him ablaze be withdrawn from the internet and social media sites
A 'love jihad' couples list, posted by fringe group Hindutva Varta on Facebook in January, went viral on Twitter and other social media platforms too.
The petitioner urged the court to direct the Censor Board to ensure that the movie be certified only after ensuring that the film picturised the actual life of Madhavikutty.
The bench also observed that the NIA probe will have no bearing in deciding the aspects of her legitimacy of the marriage of Hadiya and Shafin Jahan which was annulled by Kerala High Court.
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) will reportedly file another status report on the same, including the statement of Shafin Jahan, husband of Hadiya.
The Muslim labourer, hailing from West Bengal, was allegedly hacked and burnt alive on December 6 last year and the murder was recorded on camera by the minor nephew of accused Shambhulal Regar.
The 36-year-old had hacked Mohammed Afrazul, a native of West Bengal's Murshidabad district, burnt the body and filmed the barbaric act on December 6.
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.
Hindu girls need to ‘protect’ themselves from the danger of ‘Love Jihad’, leaders claim, launch a campaign.