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Hadiya case | Brinda Karat slams NIA for interrogating couples in inter-community marriages

CPI(M) leader Brinda Karat has accused the National Investigation Agency (NIA) of being out on a “fishing expedition” in Kerala and interrogating couples in inter-caste or inter-community marriages.The party’s politburo member said instead of celebrating inter-caste and inter-community marriages as “symbols of India s open and liberal approach”, there was a campaign against them.”The NIA is on a fishing expedition having already interrogated 89 such couples in Kerala,” Karat said in the latest issue of party organ ‘People’s Democracy’, while referring to the Hadiya case.Also readKerala love jihad case: Hadiya was very happy after talking to her husband over phone, says college deanShe was critical of the central agency’s role in probing such marriages, referred to as “love jehad” by Hindutva forces.”An agency whose proclaimed mandate is to investigate offences related to terrorism has now expanded its mandate by order of the Supreme Court to unearth so-called conspiracies of Muslim men luring Hindu women into marriage and forcibly converting them with the aim of joining the Islamic State,” she said in the article.Also readWant to meet my husband, hope authorities will allow: Hadiya after reaching collegeThe underlying assumption, she said, was that Hindu women who married Muslims had “no minds of their own”.”Her (Hadiya’s) case reveals how deeply the current climate created by sectarian ideologies based on a narrow reading of religious identity has pushed back women’s rights to autonomy as equal citizens. From the government to the courts, to the strengthening of conservative and regressive thinking and practice, it’s all out there in Hadiya’s case,” Karat wrote.She also hailed Hadiya’s unequivocal stand in court.”It was the courage of her conviction that stood out. She wanted to be treated as a human being. She wanted her faith to be respected. She wanted to study. She wanted to be with her husband. And, most importantly, she wanted her freedom,” the former Member of Parliament said.Karat said she appreciated the Supreme Court “for not allowing itself to be converted into a khap panchayat” and charged the NIA counsel supported by the legal counsel of the Central government with portraying it as a case of “indoctrination and brainwashing in a conspiracy of ‘love jehad’ which they claimed rendered Hadiya incapacitated and invalidated her consent”.”The NIA wanted the court to study the documents it claimed it had as evidence before they heard Hadiya. For one and a half hours, this young woman stood in open court hearing arguments about herself, against herself and her chosen partner. It was shameful, humiliating and set an unfortunate precedent,” she said.The Left leader emphasised that Hadiya’s case brought into focus the right to practise and propagate the religion of one s choice under the Constitution.Karat expressed the hope that the apex court would “act in a way which strengthens women s rights unencumbered by subjective interpretations of tradition and communal readings of what constitutes national interest”.Hadiya had said in the apex court last week that she wanted to go with her husband, Shafin Jahan.The 24-year-old Kerala woman had converted to Islam, changing her name from Akhila to Hadiya, and married Jahan.The marriage was challenged by her parents in court.Jahan moved court after their marriage was annulled by the Kerala high court and against the high court court s order directing the NIA to probe the case.The Supreme Court last week allowed Hadiya, till now in the custody of her parents, to resume her studies at a homoeopathy college in Salem, Tamil Nadu.
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Gujarat elections 2017 | Modi govt improved socio-economic status: Vijay Rupani

"Congress has been putting allegations that economy in India showed decline post-GST and demonetisation initiatives. But I would firmly assert that such initiatives have become helpful to drive Indian economy towards sustainability and has brought living standards of people at a new height. The Congress has been spreading myth in the nation but these indices prove them wrong," Rupani added.”
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<!–end of artlbotbor–><!–end of artlsocl–>Written Bydna Correspondent <!–end of artlbotbor–>Friday 1 December 2017 7:00 ISTMust readGood news at last for Noida homebuyersGujarat elections 2017: Congress will waive off farm loans if voted to power, says Rahul Gandhi <!–end of artlmustredbx–><!–end of articllftpbx–>Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani hailed improvement in the economic performance of India in last quarter. Addressing a press conference at BJP media centre in Ahmedabad on Thursday, Rupani said that PM Modi-led government succeeded to improve the socio-economic condition of India in last three years. Rupani was citing the results of GDP recorded in last quarter which were announced by Central Statistics Office(CSO).Rupani said, “The GDP which had declined to 4.5% during the rule of PM Manmohan Singh led UPA government, has reached 6.3%. This shows that economic picture in India is shining and people of the nation have been living a happy life. Different indices of CSO also indicates that India is gaining a strong position at a global level on the economic front.””Congress has been putting allegations that economy in India showed decline post-GST and demonetisation initiatives. But I would firmly assert that such initiatives have become helpful to drive Indian economy towards sustainability and has brought living standards of people at a new height. The Congress has been spreading myth in the nation but these indices prove them wrong,” Rupani added.
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Transfer only once a year in April-May.

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Engineers to serve maximum 3 years at a place

Two years mandatory rural posting for the new recruitment.

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<!–end of artlbotbor–><!–end of artlsocl–>Written ByVikas Sharma <!–end of artlbotbor–>Friday 1 December 2017 6:55 ISTMust readDon’t treat people as files, CM Vasundhara Raje warns officialsJansamwad paves way for development in Jhunjhunu<!–end of artlmustredbx–><!–end of articllftpbx–>Rajasthan Discom administration has approved and issued a new transfer policy for the three power distribution companies.The key takeaway of this policy is that an employee whose spouse is also a government employee, would be able to get posting where his or her spouse is working. However, new recruits will have to serve two years in rural areas like the health department. There are 50,000 employees of engineer and subordinate categories. After the transfer policy, the employees are likely to get big relief from political interference in their transfers. This is also considered to be the reason behind sorry state of the power companies.KEY POINTSTransfer only once a year in April-May. No transfer before 2 years or during probation. Engineers to serve maximum 3 years at a place Two years mandatory rural posting for the new recruitment. Not more than 20% employees to be transferred in a circle in one year.
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Love Jihad case: Partial freedom for Hadiya, SC sends her to medical college

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –> The Supreme Court today freed a Kerala woman, alleged to be a victim of ‘love jihad’, from the custody of her parents and sent her to college to pursue her studies, even as she pleaded that she should be allowed to go with her husband.After a prolonged proceedings in the open courtroom, the top court did not accede to Hadiya’s plea that she should be allowed to go with her husband. She also told the court she wanted “freedom” to live and profess Islamic faith. The apex court, which interacted with 25-year old Hadiya for nearly half-an-hour in the courtroom against the wishes of her father who had sought an in-camera interaction, directed the Kerala police to provide her security and ensure that she travelled at the earliest to Salem in Tamil Nadu to pursue homeopathy studies at Sivaraj Medical College there.Hadiya was in the custody of her parents for almost six months, after the Kerala High Court had on May 29 annulled her ‘nikah’ with Shafin Jahan. Hadiya, a Hindu by birth, had converted to Islam several months before her marriage. The court fixed the plea of Jahan, challenging Kerala High Court’s order annulling his marriage with Hadiya, for hearing in the third week of January next year. A bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra also appointed the dean of the college as her local guardian and granted him liberty to approach it in case of any problem.
ALSO READ Love Jihad case: Hadiya to be taken back to medical college, SC appoints Dean as her guardian The bench, also comprising Justices A M Khanwilkar and D Y Chandrachud, directed that Hadiya should be treated as any other student in the college. The top court also acceded to the request of Hadiya that she be first allowed to visit her friend’s home as she has been mentally harassed for past 11 months and allowed her to visit her friend before going to Salem to attend college.Hadiya, when asked by the bench to name any nearest relative or acquaintance at Salem to be named as the local guardian, said she only needed her husband in that role.She said her husband can take care of her expenses of studies and she does not need state’s expenses to pursue her professional course. The bench posed questions in English, while Hadiya replied in Malyalam, which was translated by senior advocate V Giri who appeared for Kerala government. During the hearing, which continued for almost two-and- half hours till 5.30 PM, Hadiya’s parents, her in-laws and her husband were present in the packed courtroom.
ALSO READ Kerala Love Jihad Case: Hadiya says she wasn’t forcefully converted, wants to live with her husbandThe bench asked questions about her ambitions, life, studies and hobbies, which she replied comfortably and said she wanted to do internship of house surgeonship, a course of 11 months and wanted to stand on her own in life.The court directed the college and the university to re-admit Hadiya and grant her hostel facilities. At the outset, senior advocate Shyam Diwan, appearing for Hadiya’s father Asokan K M, said his daughter should be questioned in-camera as this was a case of indoctrination backed by huge organisational support.He claimed there was a highly communally charged atmosphere which could have wider ramifications and insisted on his plea for in-camera proceedings. Diwan also placed an alleged transcript of conversation between one alleged offshore ISIS handler and Hadiya’s husband, saying it showed that Jahan had links with an organisation called Popular Front of India and a larger conspiracy of indoctrination was happening on the ground. He said in social networking sites, there was a conversation between one Abdul Rashid and Jahan in which he has been found asking how much money he can get to make a person join the ranks of militant outfit ISIS.Additional Solicitor General Maninder Singh, appearing for NIA, said there were compelling evidence to show a well-oiled machinery which indulges in indoctrination and conversion.”NIA’s job was to give solid facts and it has been found during investigation that 11 cases were detected by Kerala police and seven such cases involved the same organisation and person. “The real question is how to establish whether a person is indoctrinated, brain-washed or programmed due to which his or her individual autonomy is compromised,” Singh said. Senior advocate Kapil Sibal, appearing for Jahan, said this audio recording was nothing new and was being in circulation for past one year.”What indoctrination? She has been with her parents for past 11 months. National Commission of Women, NIA all interrogated her but state commission for women was not allowed. She is entitled to speak her mind and has her own individual autonomy and the court should hear her,”Sibal said. The bench initially said it would first decide whether to interact with her first and then peruse materials of NIA or first peruse the material and then hear her.”It is a question of what comes first. We have to decide that first. Her father says it is a larger conspiracy but this is also a matter between two adults. Would this case not have the bearing on other cases,” the court observed.Justice Chandrachud posed at what stage the autonomy of an individual is breached, what could be the impact and at what time can the court intervene.He also referred to the ‘Stockholm syndrome’ where a person, who is a hostage, starts believing in his kidnappers. “Although this is not your case, but in such cases there is a free consent of person who is major, but due to this syndrome, he can’t take decisions freely. His individual autonomy is broken,” Justice Chandrachud said. The Kerala government said the court should first peruse the materials and then talk to the woman. “The sequence has to be different at the appellate court.We as a state deal with this scenario everyday at ground level. The court should first look into the material and then talk to her,” Kerala counsel Giri said. To this, the bench said “we are under oath to protect the constitutional values. Constitution does not give us the power to abdicate from hearing a case. We are trying to figure out a way to proceed. We don’t see such cases every day.” The bench then called Hadiya and asked questions while making it clear that case will be heard on merits in the third week of January.

India Supreme Court intervenes in ‘love jihad’ case

India’s top court takes testimony from a Hindu woman whose marriage to a Muslim was annulled.

NCW chairperson meets Kerala DGP over ‘forceful’ conversions and ISIS link

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>National Commission of Women Chairperson in-charge Rekha Sharma on Wednesday asked the Kerala Police chief to look into whether some institutions are involved in “forceful conversions” and their source of funds.”These institutions are playing a big role in forceful conversions,” she told reporters here after the meeting with DGP Loknath Behra.The DGP has promised to look into the matter, she said.It was a matter of concern, the chairperson said, adding she had also met many girls who had been “forcefully converted”.However, the Kerala State Women’s Commission had on Tuesday rejected the charge that “forced conversions” took place in the state.Sharma, who is in the state since the past three days, also met Bindu, mother of Nimisha Fatima, who is suspected to have joined ISIS along with her husband.Later, speaking to reporters, Bindu said, “I have faith in God. God will return my daughter, son-in-law and grandchild,” and added that she had not heard from her daughter since the past one and half years.Nimisha had married Christian youth Bexian Vincent and both of them converted to Islam before allegedly leaving for Afghanistan to join the Islamic State in May last year.Bexian’s brother and sister-in-law had also accompanied them.Sharma had earlier met Hadiya, a 24-year-old woman whose marriage with Shafin Jahan, an alleged member of the Popular Front of India, is at the centre of a nationwide controversy.The Kerala High Court had annulled their marriage following which Jahan had approached the Supreme Court seeking recall of its August 16 order directing the National Investigating Agency to probe the controversial case of conversion and marriage of the woman with him.The apex court had directed Hadiya’s father to produce her before it on November 27. ​

Love jihad case: Hadiya’s father welcomes SC order, says will produce daughter before court on November 27th

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The Supreme Court on Monday observed that the consent of the girl is prime in the Kerala ‘love jihad’ case, adding that she is a major.The top court asked the father to produce Hadiya on November 27, the next date of hearing in the case.Reacting to the verdict, Hadiya’s father Ashokan welcomed the SC order. He said: “Welcome the order of Supreme Court. I will produce Hadiya before the court on November 27th.”The Centre said parental authority can be invoked in cases where someone is manipulated or indoctrinated.Earlier, the Kerala Government had told the Apex Court that the state police is effectively investigating the alleged ‘love jihad’ case of the state and hence, there is no need for the National Investigation Agency (NIA) to probe it.In an affidavit, the state government informed the Apex Court that the state police is competent enough to investigate such crimes.Recently, while hearing a matter, the Kerala High Court observed- “all inter-religious marriages cannot be termed love jihad”.Last month, a group of people had submitted a petition to Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan and demanded a probe into the alleged unlawful incarceration of Hadiya, the 24-year-old Vaikom native, who had converted to Islam after marriage.Four months ago, the Kerala High Court had sent Hadiya with her parents K.M. Asokan and Ponnamma after annulling her marriage with Shafin Jahan.The case is under consideration of the Apex Court now, which had ordered the NIA investigation into it.

The Hindu-Muslim marriage stuck in India’s Supreme Court

India’s top court will decide if the couple, both in their 20s, should remain married or not.

Ravi Shankar Prasad slams Kerala government; says it has a soft corner for terrorism

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Tuesday hit out at the Kerala Chief Minister P Vijayan-led government, saying it had a soft corner for terrorism.”Is it fair or right for the Kerala government to move the Supreme Court to say that you don’t allow the NIA, we are doing our job? Is that the Kerala government doing its job? The Kerala government is very soft on terrorism and their patent,” Prasad said.Prasad further added that Vijayan shared the dias with Abdul Nasser Madani, one of the main accused in the 2008 Bengaluru blasts and allegedly responsible for the deaths of 38 people. “Didn’t P Vijayan share dias with Madani and said he isn’t terrorist? How can CM share dias with man responsible for killing 38 ppl?” Prasad asked.On October 7, the Kerala government on Saturday told the Supreme Court that there is no need for an NIA probe in the alleged love jihad case.The government told the top court that the claims made by the National Investigation Agency that there was a ‘pattern’ in the way religious conversions were taking place in Kerala were false.The state government also said that the probe done by the Kerala Police has not revealed any startling fact that merits an NIA investigation.It must be noted that earlier, the Kerala government had said that if the apex court wants an NIA probe, it has no objections.The affidavit by the Kerala government comes days after the Supreme Court observed that ‘a father can’t dictate life of a 24-year-old daughter’ while hearing the ‘Love Jihad’ case.In fact, the top court had also question the Kerala High Court how it could annul the marriage of Hadiya and Shafeen Jahan under Article 26.Shafeen Jahan married Akhila Ashokan in December last year after she converted to Islam and rechristened herself as Hadiya.Her father moved the Kerala High Court and claimed his daughter was indoctrinated and forcibly converted. He, in fact, said that his daughter would be be sent to Afghanistan or Syria.The High Court annulled the marriage. But Jahan approached the Supreme Court against the annulment.Earlier in August, the NIA began investigation into the case following the top court’s orders.In compliance with the orders of the apex court, the case was re-registered by the NIA and an investigation was taken up.

Hadiya case: Central govt trying to vilify peaceful atmosphere in Kerala, alleges advocate Dushyant Dave

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Senior advocate Dushyant Dave on Monday alleged in the Supreme Court that the Central government was trying to vitiate the peaceful atmosphere in Kerala.Addressing the Hadiya case that involved the allegedly forcible marriage of a Hindu girl to a Muslim boy, Dave alleged that the National Investigation Agency had played into the hands of the Centre. “Your Amit Shah had gone to Kerala,” Dave claimed in court in front of Additional Solicitor General Maninder Singh, who took strong objection to Dave’s words, as reported in Bar and Bench, who said, :You are trying to browbeat the other side by making obnoxious statements.”This resulted in a war of words, prompting the court to adjourn the hearing to October 30. Earlier, the Kerala government on Saturday told the Supreme Court that there is no need for an NIA probe in the alleged love jihad case.The Pinarayi Vijayan government told the top court that the claims made by the National Investigation Agency that there was a ‘pattern’ in the way religious conversions were taking place in Kerala were false. The state government also said that the probe done by the Kerala Police has not revealed any startling fact that merits an NIA investigation. It must be noted that earlier, the Kerala government had said that if the apex court wants an NIA probe, it has no objections.The affidavit by the Kerala government comes days after the Supreme Court observed that ‘a father can’t dictate life of a 24-year-old daughter’ while hearing the ‘Love Jihad’ case. In fact, the top court had also question the Kerala High Court how it could annul the marriage of Hadiya and Shafeen Jahan under Article 26. Her father moved the Kerala High Court and claimed his daughter was indoctrinated and forcibly converted. He, in fact, said that his daughter would be be sent to Afghanistan or Syria.The High Court annulled the marriage. But Jahan approached the Supreme Court against the annulment. Earlier in August, the NIA began investigation into the case following the top court’s orders. In compliance with the orders of the apex court, the case was re-registered by the NIA and an investigation was taken up.

Kerala ‘love jihad’ case: No need for NIA probe, Pinarayi Vijayan government tells Supreme Court

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The Kerala government on Saturday told the Supreme Court that there is no need for an NIA probe in the alleged love jihad case.The Pinarayi Vijayan government told the top court that the claims made by the National Investigation Agency that there was a ‘pattern’ in the way religious conversions were taking place in Kerala were false.The state government also said that the probe done by the Kerala Police has not revealed any startling fact that merits an NIA investigation.It must be noted that earlier, the Kerala government had said that if the apex court wants an NIA probe, it has no objections.The affidavit by the Kerala government comes days after the Supreme Court observed that ‘a father can’t dictate life of a 24-year-old daughter’ while hearing the ‘Love Jihad’ case.In fact, the top court had also question the Kerala High Court how it could annul the marriage of Hadiya and Shafeen Jahan under Article 26.Shafeen Jahan married Akhila Ashokan in December last year after she converted to Islam and rechristened herself as Hadiya.Her father moved the Kerala High Court and claimed his daughter was indoctrinated and forcibly converted. He, in fact, said that his daughter would be be sent to Afghanistan or Syria.The High Court annulled the marriage. But Jahan approached the Supreme Court against the annulment.Earlier in August, the NIA began investigation into the case following the top court’s orders.In compliance with the orders of the apex court, the case was re-registered by the NIA and an investigation was taken up.The next hearing has been scheduled for October 9.

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