Convert’s marriage: Minority outfits protest Kerala HC verdict

As police lathicharged to disperse the crowd, a few protesters were injured.

By: Express News Service | Thiruvananthapuram | Published:May 30, 2017 5:40 am

Hundreds of Muslim people, under the banner of a coordination committee of various community organisations, on Monday marched to the high court protesting against its verdict that nullified the marriage of a Muslim woman convert.

As police lathicharged to disperse the crowd, a few protesters were injured. Subsequently, few Muslim groups called for a hartal in Ernakulam on Tuesday. At the crux of the protest is last week’s HC order that nullified the marriage of the convert, Akhila alias Hadiya, and Shefin Jahan on the reason that the marriage would not stand legal scrutiny as it was held when a habeas corpus petition filed by the woman’s father was pending in the court. It had observed the marriage could have been considered only with parents’ involvement.

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    Balasubramanya
    May 30, 2017 at 8:40 am
    It is very sad that these minority people having least respect to Indian courts when ever judgments goes against them.
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