Jharkhand HC registrar named in Tara Shahdeo​ love-jihad case dismissed

Ahmed is accused of hatching a conspiracy to convert Shahdeo into Islam and he motivated Shahdeo to marry Ranjeet Singh Kohli alias Raquibul Hassan and acted as his guardian during the whole episode.

Published: 21st December 2018 01:53 AM  |   Last Updated: 21st December 2018 05:57 AM   |  A+A-

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By Express News Service

RANCHI: The Suspended Registrar (Vigilance) of Jharkhand High Court, Mohammed Mushtaq Ahmed, accused in the Tara Shahdeo love-jihad case, was finally dismissed by the state government on Wednesday. 

National-level shooter Tara Shahdeo, in a statement recorded before a judicial magistrate, had alleged that Ahmed had arranged her marriage according to Hindu traditions at Hotel Radisson Blu in Ranchi and came to their house the same night with Muslim clerics to solemnize nikah.

“The Cabinet gave its approval for suspension of the then Registrar General (Vigilance) Mushtaq Ahemd, presently suspended and reporting at headquarters in Sahebganj,” said Cabinet Secretary SKG Rahate.   

Ahmed is accused of hatching a conspiracy to convert Shahdeo into Islam and he motivated Shahdeo to marry Ranjeet Singh Kohli alias Raquibul Hassan and acted as his guardian during the whole episode. 

Shahdeo, in her statement before the judicial magistrate, named Ahmed several times as a friend of Kohli, and stated that he was present on all the occasions when her marriage was being arranged - right from the negotiation to the final talks about her marriage. Shahdeo said that when she was forced to undergo nikah on July 8, Ahmed was present along with Muslim clerics and a ‘kazi’.

The CBI, in its charge sheet, has said that Shahdeo was repeatedly raped by her husband and Ahmed molested her. The charge sheet has been filed against Ahmed, Ranjeet Singh Kohli and his mother Kaushal Rani (Kaushar Begum), upholding Shahdeo’s allegations of deceit, exploitation and torture.

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