Government Does Nothing to Stop Love-Jihadis: High Court

published on June 23, 2012

Kochi: The High Court has clearly stated that the government is doing nothing to stop the Love-Jihadis. The court also drove home the point that the umpteen directives issued by the court towards the government in adopting measures has fallen on deaf ears.

The statements made by the court came, following a habeas corpus filed by Unnikrishnan, who hails from Kozhikode, after his daughter was missing. Unnikrishnan has alleged that his daughter has been kidnapped by love-jihadis and is now under house arrest, after forcibly getting her converted to Islam. His daughter is 19 years of age and is a student of Homoeopathy.

According to Unnikrishnan, a previous attempt in kidnapping happened on 8 April, 2012. The person responsible for this is Harris, who hails from Kunnamangalam. A case was filed, following which the magistrate court directed the girl to return home with her parents, as per her own wishes. But, Harris was successful in his second attempt, which took place on 9 June.

Unnikrishnan filed a complaint to the police, where its stated that his daughter as kidnapped when he (the father) was in hospital for treatment.  However, the grievance made by the hapless father fell on deaf ears.  It was the callousness of the police that made him file for a habeas corpus. A detailed hearing will be done today by the division bench comprising of Justice KT Shankaran and Justice ML Joseph Francis.

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