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No more controversies over me, says Hadiya

Press Trust of India  |  Kozhikode 

Kerala-based Hadiya, an alleged victim of love jihad, today said she was grateful to the for allowing her to reunite with her husband.

Days after the apex court set aside a High Court order annulling her marriage with a Muslim man, told reporters that the order was one that gave freedom to her to stand by a faith which she believed was right.

No other person in the country should experience the pain and suffering like the one she underwent, said.

Flanked by her husband Shafin Jahan, said she got freedom and justice from the apex court and thanked all those who stood by her during the legal battle.

"There should be no more controversies over me," she said.

The apex court had on March 8 set aside a High Court order annulling her marriage to Jahan.

Hadiya is pursuing her mandatory house internship at the and in Tamil Nadu's district for completing her Bachelor in Homoepathy Medicine and Surgery (BHMS) course.

The apex court had in August last year asked the to probe the case of conversion and marriage of Hadiya, as the agency claimed a "pattern" was emerging in

The matter came to the fore when Jahan had challenged a order annulling his marriage with her and sending the woman to her parents' custody.

On November 27 last, the had freed Hadiya from her parents' custody and sent her to college to pursue her studies, even as she had pleaded that she should be allowed to go with her husband.

The high court had in May last year annulled the marriage terming it as an instance of 'love jihad', following which Jahan had approached the apex court.

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First Published: Mon, March 12 2018. 18:55 IST