Be a ‘nice lover’: Supreme Courtroom to Muslim man who married Hindu girl | india information


A controversial case of an inter-faith marriage from Chattisgarh was taken up for listening to within the Supreme Courtroom on Wednesday.

A Hindu girl had married a Muslim man who admitted that he transformed to Hinduism to be able to be accepted by the girl’s household. The girl’s household has disputed the person’s conversion to Hinduism, calling it a sham.

A bench headed Justice Arun Mishra mentioned: “We’re solely involved solely about her future. We aren’t towards inter-religious or inter-caste marriage.”

The court docket noticed that the person must be a “loyal husband” and a “nice lover”.

The counsel for the girl’s father insisted that it was a racket to entice ladies. The apex court docket has requested the person to file an affidavit and present bona fide.

The court docket queried the person on whether or not he had modified his identify after the wedding in an Arya Samaj temple and brought correct authorized steps to alter his identify.

The court docket noticed that it isn’t averse to inter-faith and inter-caste marriages. “We solely need the way forward for the woman must be secured.” The counsel for the girl’s father mentioned that the girl doesn’t want any safety.

The highest court docket sought a reply from state authorities and allowed the intervention software of the woman.

(The story has been revealed from a wire feed with none modifications to the textual content.)

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Sep 11, 2019 14:43 IST