Tuesday, May 17, 2022

Muslim girl marries Hindu in temple, High court said – marriage is not valid, can live in live: know the basis of decision

18 year old Muslim girl. 25 years old Hindu youth. The two married Hindu customs on 15 January 2021 at the Shiva temple in Durana village. Then approached the Punjab and Haryana High Court. The couple had pleaded for security citing their lives as a threat. But the High Court gave his Marriage is not considered valid.

According to media reports The couple had earlier approached the police for security. After getting frustrated from there, he approached the High Court. But a bench of Justice Arun Kumar Tyagi did not consider their marriage valid. The court said that the woman did not accept Hinduism before marriage. Therefore, marriage between a Muslim woman and a Hindu man would not be accepted by Hindu customs.

Read Also:  Infection in Urine, Munawar Rana admitted to Delhi AIIMS: Knee treatment is also ongoing, there is difficulty in walking and walking.

At the same time, the court said that both live can live in a relationship. The court said, “Petitioner No. 1 (woman) being a adult is entitled to live in a place of her choice with a person of her choice and both the petitioners are entitled to live in a live-in-relationship in the nature of marriage and their lives.” Will also be entitled to more security.

The court also directed the SP of Ambala to take steps to protect both of them. Live law report During this period, the court also referred to the decision of the Supreme Court in Nandkumar and Another v. State of Kerala and others: 2018 (2) RCR (Civil) 899.

Read Also:  Details about the death of road rage of the 6-year-old boy

Significantly, last month, Punjab and Haryana High Court made a Muslim minor Marriage validated Was. The court had said that Muslim law justifies marriage after menstruation. In this case, the age of Muslim woman was 17 years and the age of those who married her was 36 years.

Earlier in October last year, the Allahabad High Court dismissed a petition filed for police protection of a married couple. The court had said that the girl was a Muslim by birth. She adopted Hinduism a month before her marriage. In this judgment, the court said that the conversion took place only for the purpose of marriage.

Nation World News Desk
Nation World News Deskhttps://nationworldnews.com
Nation World News is the fastest emerging news website covering all the latest news, world’s top stories, science news entertainment sports cricket’s latest discoveries, new technology gadgets, politics news, and more.
Latest news
Related news
- Advertisement -