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AGRA: Two months after the Supreme Court ruling against instant triple talaq, Yasmeen Khalid, the wife of Aligarh Muslim University professor Khalid Bin Yusuf Khan, has alleged that she has become a victim of it and threatened to commit suicide in front of the vice-chancellor’s house along with her kids if “justice is not done” to her.
Yasmeen told TOI on Saturday that Khan, who is professor and chairman at the department of Sanskrit in AMU and has been with the university for 27 years, “wrongly” gave her talaq first on WhatsApp and then as a text message. She said she will have no choice but to kill herself along with her three children in front of VC Tariq Mansoor’s house if she doesn’t get justice by December 11.
“He (Khan) turned me out of the house and I have been running from pillar to post to get justice. But no one has helped me so far. However, with the help of police I did manage to get access to my house on Friday evening.”
Khan denied the allegations. He said, “I had not only given her talaq on WhatsApp and SMS but had also verbally told her in front of two other people and adhered to the time duration as per Sharia.”
Claiming to be the real victim in this case, Khan said, “To the contrary, she has been harassing me for the last two decades. She had hidden various facts from me before our marriage. I later got to know that she was not even a graduate, unlike what she had claimed. I will give her the third talaq too, on a proper date, and no one can stop me. I don’t care what she does.”
Yasmeen said she is not just a graduate, but has done her MA and BEd from AMU.
SSP (Aligarh) Rajesh Pandey said that police managed to get her entry into her house. He added that Yasmeen has not yet lodged a complaint against her husband and has been insisting on counselling. “In such a scenario, there isn’t much the police department can do. We have called both of them here.”
A five-judge constitution bench of the Supreme Court in August this year termed the practice of triple talaq ” unconstitutional” and asked Parliament to make a new law on the issue in six months. If the law doesn’t come into force in six months, the SC’s injunction on triple talaq would continue, the apex court held. It referred to the abolition of triple talaq in some Islamic countries and asked why “independent India can’t get rid of it”.