Hearing of Love-Jihad Case in Supreme Court hadiya says i want freedom

New Delhi: In the case of Hadiya The Supreme Court of Delhi has given an important decision today, saying that Hadiya should not be kept by her parents in possession. Hadiya clearly stated in the Supreme Court, “I need my freedom. During the conversation in the court, Hadia said that she wants to go with her husband Shafi. The Supreme Court asked Hadiya to complete his studies. The court directed the college and the concerned university to re-enter Hadiya and provide hostel facility to it.

The court now adjourned the hearing on the petition in the third week of January against the decision of the Kerala High Court to invalidate the marriage where Shafi, along with Hadiya.

A 24-year-old Hadia from Kerala also said on Saturday that she wants to be with her husband. Hadia confessed to Islam and married Shafin, a Muslim boy named Jahan.

The Supreme Court sent the victim of the famous love jihad case of Kerala to the victim Salima of Tamil Nadu to continue her studies. The court directed the Kerala Police to provide security to Hadiya and ensure that she arrived at Salem as soon as possible. The court appointed Dean of Homoeopathic College at Salem to be the guardian of Hadia and gave Hadiya an exemption that he would be able to contact them if there was any problem.