As reported by ANI, the Kerala High Court observed that “All love marriages should not be termed as ‘love-jihad’,”on Thursday while hearing a petition with regard to an inter-religious marriage of Kannur-native Sruthi and Anees Hammed.
While hearing case of conversion&marriage of Kannur’s Sruthi,HC said such kind of marriages should be encouraged,theres no boundary for love
— ANI (@ANI) October 19, 2017
Sruthi was in a relationship with her classmate Anees Hameed and had got married. In the first habeas corpus petition filed by her father, she had gone with her parents and later when Anees filed the petition she preferred to go with her husband.
She had said in the court that her parents had forcibly kept her in Siva Sakthi Yoga Vidya Kendram in Trippunithura near Kochi, which is now under a cloud for allegedly torturing girls who were in inter-faith relationships.
The court allowed Sruthi to go with her husband while ruling the marriage as ‘valid’.