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Order in religious conversion case: Allahabad High Court directed Meerut SSP to protect girl and her family

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The petition was filed in the Allahabad High Court on the petition of Yati alias Kahkasha, a Muslim convert to Hinduism and married to a Hindu boy. The court has directed Meerut SSP to protect Kahaksha and her husband and family. It is also said that the local police should not interfere in his marital life in any way. The girl is adult and has every right to marry on her own accord.

The High Court has also directed the SSP not to cause any harm to her husband and her family by any means by the house of Kahaksha. The court has issued a notice to the father of the petitioner and sought a report from the CJM on receipt of the notice. This order has been given by Justice JJ Munir on the petition of Kahkasha.

Kahaksha wrote letters to the District Magistrate and SSP

In a letter to the District Magistrate and SSP, Yachty had said that she is currently living with her husband. Her father and family are unhappy with this marriage. They are threatening to kill her and her husband.

The court has also sought an answer from the state government in four weeks

Kahkasha had approached the Ichauli police station for protection, saying that he was not given protection, on the contrary, he started being harassed. After hearing this aspect of Kahkasha, the High Court has ordered SSP Meerut to ensure security. He also said that the family members of the petitioner should not go to his house and should not bother to call him. The court has also sought a reply from the state government in four weeks. The next hearing on the petition will be on 23 June.

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