"Is it fair or right for the Kerala government to move the Supreme Court to say that you don't allow the NIA, we are doing our job?"
However the agency has so far not discovered any terror angle to the conversion. She also has given a statement that she was influenced by Zakir Naik videos on Islam and observing her Muslim friends. The cases involve marriages of men and women of three faiths - Hindu, Christian and Islam. "In May, the Kerala High Court" t had annulled the marriage, acting on a petition filed by her father, who claimed that Muslim organisations planned to take her overseas to get her to join the Islamic State group. Both specifically told that they were not coerced, ' the officer said.
NIA claims that Athira alias Ayesha has recently reconverted to Hinduism after converting to Islam a few months back.
Kerala High Court observes- "all inter-religious marriages can not be termed love jihad", while hearing a matter on Tuesday.
As told by a source, the other woman had eloped with a Muslim man and converted herself to Islam to the nuptial knot with him. PFI with its multiple fronts like Satyasarini and NWF is possibly responsible for conversion of women like Hadiya and Athira to Islam.
Considering the habeas corpus petition filed by one Anees Hameed from Kannur district, seeking the release of his wife Sruthi Meledath from her family's custody, Kerala High Court on Tuesday warned against the indiscriminate use of "love-jihad" as an excuse to break up inter-religious couples.
The Kerala Muslim man's marriage was annulled after the Kerala High Court described it as a "love jihad" case.
The NIA suspects the role of Popular Front of India in both the cases. Father Ashokan KM had alleged that PFI activist forced his daughter Akhila Asokan to convert and take the name Hadiya. But apart from being a law minister, I am also a senior lawyer of the Supreme Court of India.
In fact, the top court had also question the Kerala High Court how it could annul the marriage of Hadiya and Shafeen Jahan under Article 26.
Also among the 24 missing Kerala youth is Ayesha, a Christian named Sonia who embraced Islam just before her marriage to Rashid.