Hadiya and her father
Kerala’s Hadiya has once again come into the limelight. His family has approached the Kerala High Court. Where her father has filed a petition saying that for the last one month, he has not been able to talk to his daughter Hadiya, nor has any contact been possible. They have been unable to locate him for the last one month.
Hadiya’s father KM Ashokan says that he fears that his daughter Hadiya has been kept in illegal custody by some other people including her husband Shafin Jahan. And those people are allegedly part of the banned organization Popular Front of India (PFI). The father also said that he used to talk to his daughter often but has not been able to talk to her for the last one month.
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‘Can’t contact my daughter’
KM Ashokan said that he called Hadiya several times but either she did not receive the call or her mobile remained switched off. In such a situation, he and his wife have not been able to have any contact with Hadiya for the last one month. Along with this, he also told that a few days ago he had gone to Hadiya’s clinic in Malappuram, but it was also found closed. When the neighbors were inquired about this matter, they had no information about it.
‘Sangh Parivar is using father’
A lawyer associated with this case says that the petition of Hadiya’s father can be heard on Tuesday. However, a few days ago, in an interview given to a TV channel, Hadiya has made many serious allegations against her father Ashokan. Hadiya said that he is not missing but he has got married for the second time, and he is happy to convert his religion. Hadiya also said that the Sangh Parivar is using her father as a tool. She claimed that she was in regular touch with her parents even though they were harassing her.
Married a Muslim man in 2016
Let us tell you that Hadiya had converted to Islam during her medical studies in Coimbatore. After this, in 2016 she married a person named Shafeen Jahan. After which her family had filed a petition in the High Court saying that their daughter was forcibly converted. And her husband belonged to extremist organizations like PFI. The family had also said that Hadiya would be taken to Syria to join Islamic State. At that time the court had canceled Hadiya’s marriage, calling it a ‘sham’. However, later Hadiya’s husband Shafin Jahan approached the Supreme Court and in 2018, the Supreme Court canceled the High Court order.
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