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In a case fit into the term ‘Love Jihad’ coined by several organisations, a Hindu girl, who married in South Gujarat town Vapi, filed a complaint against his Muslim husband and in-laws for forcing to change her faith.
After falling in love with Imaran, the girl got married him in March 2016 in Surat and in February 2017 they shifted to Vapi where she gave birth to a child.
According to complainant, her husband, father-in-law, mother-in-law and other relatives of Imaran used to force her not only to change her faith but also put pressure to eat meat and fish which she never had in entire life.
‘‘When I denied accepting their religion and food, they started harassing me physically as well as mentally. Finally, I decided to leave their home and went to my parents’ place along with the child, said the complainant.On the basis of the complaint, the police has filed a case against her husband and five others and initiated investigation.
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