Married on March 24, 2012, Atiya was given the instant ‘talaq’ on November 2, 2015, by her husband Wajid Ali who sent her a letter writing the word talaq thrice on it.
This comes a day after the minister wrote to the Ballia district magistrate, complaining that he is facing difficulties in discharge of his duties due to loudspeakers at mosques
The complaint is against Mohammad Iqbal, also from Chakkuvally, who had got married to the woman in 2018.
The bench was hearing an appeal filed against a Kerala High Court order, which had declined to grant anticipatory bail to the woman.
She was allegedly given triple talaq by husband Md Moin Ansari when she started a protest against the improper treatment meted out to her in the house of in-laws.
Party that abolished triple talaq is asking my husband to divorce me: Saumitra Khan's wife attacks BJP
This comes after BJP leader and Bishnupur MP Saumitra Khan sent a legal divorce notice to his wife Sujata Mondal who was earlier a BJP member but has now joined TMC.
He last visited in February, 2020, then went to meet his mother Mrs Maryam, stayed with her until the lockdown ended and later proceeded to Boston, USA.
The woman, Safia Bano, in her complaint to police alleged that her in-laws beat her for more dowry after she got married to Mohammad Muslim last year.
The woman, aged 31, had earlier gone to Dubai for a job and recently to Ahmednagar.
During the hearing, the man's wife submitted that her husband had no intention to live with her and provide due maintenance for leading a meaningful life.
According to the complaint lodged by the victim, she was harassed over dowry and when their demands were not met, Aftab gave instant triple talaq to her.
During conversation most Muslims blamed the BJP for polarisation of society and for interfering in religious matters.
The PIL sought to delete clauses 4 to 7 of the Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Ordinance, 2018.
PM Modi while laying the foundation stone of Talcher Fertilizer Plant said that the project picked up speed only after the Bharatiya Janata Party-led government came to power at the Centre.
The Prime Minister also accused the opposition parties of not allowing Parliament to function. 'They don't allow the Parliament to function. They stall the proceedings,' he alleged.