Kozhikode: The daddy of a Christian lady, who married a Muslim DYFI chief, on Thursday claimed that his daughter has been taken away towards her will and sought a probe into the matter by an company from outdoors the state.
The daddy of Jyotsna Mary Joseph, a nurse in Saudi Arabia, advised reporters right here that because the day his daughter left her house, she has not spoken to any of them and subsequently, he believed that she was being restrained towards her will by the groom.
He additional stated that because the Kerala police has not been capable of convey his daughter to him, in order that he can speak to her, he has no religion within the company.
He additionally stated that he has moved the Kerala Excessive Court docket and relying on what occurs there, he’ll resolve the longer term plan of action.
The interfaith marriage has stirred up a political storm after the bride’s kinfolk alleged “love jihad”, with a senior left get together chief supporting the cost, solely to retract his assertion later.
The Marxist get together, thereafter, made it clear that there was nothing unnatural in interfaith marriages and the marketing campaign of ‘love jihad’ was a creation of RSS and Sangh Parivar.
The kinfolk of the bride levelled “love jihad’ allegation after she lately walked out on her household and married Shejin, a neighborhood DYFI chief belonging to the Muslim group, with out their consent.
Love jihad is a time period utilized by the correct wing outfits to say that Muslim males lure ladies from different faiths to transform them into Islam.
A press release issued by the CPI(M) district secretariat member George M Thomas supporting the allegations of ‘love jihad’ on Tuesday added extra gas to the row and triggered an intense social media marketing campaign by a piece of individuals towards the ruling get together.
Nevertheless, the CPI(M) district management intervened and made Thomas concern a clarification.
The newly-married couple, a number of days in the past, had denied the allegations by Jyotsna’s kinfolk.