Allahabad High Court to protect the girl and her husband who were married by conversion

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Published by: Shahrukh Khan
Updated June 12, 2021 1:21 PM IST

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The court ordered Moradabad police to keep the couple safe. The couple claim that their family members meddle in their married life and freedom.

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The Allahabad Supreme Court has ordered the police to provide safety to a young woman and her husband who were married after their conversion. It also clarified that encroaching on the girl’s freedom to convert to Islam and marry was not relevant unless she claimed a forced conversion claim.The court ordered Moradabad police to keep the couple safe. The couple claim that their family members meddle in their married life and freedom. According to the petition, Yashi Devi, 20, married Guchan Khan, 40, on January 11, 2021 after converting to Islam. This case concerns the Moradabad district in Uttar Pradesh.

Judge Salil Kumar Rai referred during the hearing to the Supreme Court ruling in the Lata Singh v Uttar Pradesh government that an adult couple have the right to live a peaceful life without interference.

The court ordered that if the petitioners’ lives were threatened or harassed in any way, they could contact the Moradabad SSP and provide the necessary details. Moradabad SSP will take all steps required by law. The court said it was also made clear that when the petitioners are of legal age they are entitled to live together without marriage and therefore proof of their marriage is not required and is not required from the police officer concerned.

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The Allahabad Supreme Court has ordered the police to provide safety to a young woman and her husband who were married after their conversion. It also clarified that encroaching on the girl’s freedom to convert to Islam and marry was not relevant unless she claimed a forced conversion claim.

The court ordered Moradabad police to keep the couple safe. The couple claim that their family members meddle in their married life and freedom. According to the petition, Yashi Devi, 20, married Guchan Khan, 40, on January 11, 2021 after converting to Islam. This case concerns the Moradabad district in Uttar Pradesh.

Judge Salil Kumar Rai referred during the hearing to the Supreme Court ruling in the Lata Singh v Uttar Pradesh government that an adult couple have the right to live a peaceful life without interference.

The court ordered that if the petitioners’ lives were threatened or harassed in any way, they could contact the Moradabad SSP and provide the necessary details. Moradabad SSP will take all steps required by law.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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