India Supreme Court restores 'love jihad' marriage

India Supreme Court restores 'love jihad' marriage
 

An Indian woman at the centre of an inter-religious marriage row may now live with her husband, the Supreme Court has ruled.
Hadiya Jahan, who is in her 20s, was born into a Hindu family, but converted to Islam and married a Muslim man.
Her family alleged she was brainwashed as part of an anti-Hindu conspiracy, prompting a lower court to annul the marriage.
India's top court has now set aside the ruling, restoring their marriage.
Marriages between Hindus and Muslims have long attracted censure in conservative Indian families, but the attachment of a deeper, sinister motive to them is a... read more

 
8 March 2018 in World News, Views: 38
Source: BBC
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