, Aug 10 2017,
A bench of Chief Justice J S Khehar and Justice D Y Chandrachud passed its direction on an application filed by the NIA.A bench of Chief Justice J S Khehar and Justice D Y Chandrachud passed its direction on an application filed by the NIA.
, Aug 10 2017,
BY RAY DOWNS
Rumors in India of a “Love Jihad” where Muslim men would “coerce” non-Muslim women into marrying them caused such uproar among Indian Christians and Hindus that U.S. government personnel decided to investigate it, according to a cable released by Wikileaks.
There are reports that the National Investigation Agency(NIA) which had gone to Afghanistan to probe the links of a few Malaayalees from Kerala who maintained close links with the terror outfitsIS,have got some very important leads.Report of a Vaikom native who was lured to become suicide bomber had emerged.On the basis of reports of luring of non Muslim women(love Jihad) by Islamists ,Global Council of Indian Christians(GCIC) demands Federal government to make thorough Probe for safety and security of all sections of people.
The Kerala police in a joint operation with the Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) on Friday night arrested Kalyan resident Rizwan Khan in connection with the alleged forced conversion of a Kerala woman to Islam. Khan was produced in court on Saturday, and the Kerala police were granted his transit remand till Monday.Officials said he runs a marriage bureau in south Mumbai. Khan came under the police scanner after his name emerged in the investigations into the alleged conversion of Merin Jacob alias Miriam, who was forced by her husband Bestin Vincent alias Yahya, himself a convert to Islam. Miriam’s conversion is alleged to have occurred through Arshid Qureshi, a guest relations officer with Islamist preacher Zakir Naik’s Islamic Research Organisation.“Qureshi’s interrogation revealed that the conversion and a subsequent nikaah between Miriam and Yahya, was conducted by Khan. His signatures were present on their marriage certificate,” said an ATS official.