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NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Monday allowed Hadiya, the woman at the centre of the controversial Kerala love jihad case,
to return to college in Tamil Nadu’s+
Salem and resume her studies.
Following a 30-minute-long interaction with Hadiya, the three-judge bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra decided to allow her to continue studying for BHMS. It has directed the university concerned to re-admit Hadiya and grant her hostel facility while also appointing the Dean of the Salem-based homeopathic college as her local guardian.
The apex court asked the Kerala police to provide the young woman with security and ensure she travels to Salem at the earliest.
Hadiya alias Akhila Ashokan, whose marriage to Muslim man Shafin Jahan was annulled at her Hindu father’s request, had denied she was forcibly converted to Islam, ahead of her testimony in the Supreme Court on Monday.
During the hearing which went on for over two hours, Hadiya said she wanted to go with her husband Shafin Jahan.
The court is hearing a plea by Jahan challenging the Kerala high court order in May this year nullifying his marriage with Hadiya. Jahan has also sought recall of the top court’s order asking the National Investigation Agency (NIA) to investigate the conversion of Hadiya to Islam and her marriage.
The next date of hearing on Jahan’s petition has been fixed for the third week of January 2018.
In a report to the Supreme Court, the NIA had pointed to a “pattern” involving young Hindu girls marrying Muslim men and converting to Islam in Kerala.