Moradabad love jihad case accused to release from jail after police found no evidence of forcefully conversion: no evidence of forced conversions found; court orders Moradabad Love Jihad accused to release young man from jailOn December 19, 2020 by admin
- A Hindu girl and Muslim youth from Moradabad had married
- Both were married before the anti-forced conversion law came into force in UP
- Hindu marriages had reached the court of Moradabad to get their marriage registered, Hindu organizations had complained
- Police sent husband to jail and wife to shelter home
- Woman’s abortion in the past, hospital accused of giving abortions by giving false injections
The husband of a 22-year-old woman was arrested on charges of love jihad under the new anti-conversion laws of UP. The woman was sent to the shelter home, where she had an abortion. After an ultrasound in a private lab, it has been confirmed that the woman has had an abortion. The local Bajrang Dal unit had complained to the couple against the police when both were going to register their marriage. The woman’s husband and brother-in-law were kept in jail for 13 days. The police have so far not found any evidence against forcible conversion in this case. It is now believed that the woman’s husband can be released.
The woman said that she had miscarried. Dr. PS Sisodia, who did the woman’s ultrasound in Dhampur, Bijnor, said that we found that the woman had miscarried. There is an infection in her uterus, which the woman needs to treat to prevent her becoming more serious. The report states, ‘Heavy UT with endometriosis (tissue growing outside the uterus) and … blood clots in UT.’
The woman alleged that she was kept at the district hospital where she underwent an abortion. He was bleeding and was in severe pain. Here he was forcibly injected. At the same time, the district hospital administration has refused to say anything in this matter.
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Cleaning of district hospital officials
After the results of the private lab came out, Dr. Nirmala Pathak, acting Chief Medical Superintendent of District Hospital, Moradabad told that ultrasonologist Dr. RP Mishra has clearly stated in the report that the fetus was visible but not heartbeat. Dr. Mishra told TOI, that when the first ultrasound of the baby was done, we had some apprehension. The heartbeat of the child was not found. For the second test, we performed a Doppler ultrasound but the heartbeat was not detected. For confirmation, I asked for a trans vaginal scan because sometimes there is a possibility that the child is alive.
‘The hospital has not been told that there is a medico legal case’
The woman was taken from the shelter home to the hospital on 11 December and then to the hospital on 13 December from the shelter home. No file of his was given to show that it was a medico-legal case. The police said that there was no need for a medical report.
Woman raised questions
The woman, who lives with her in-laws in Kantha, is still not sure. She is shocked how she will report the miscarriage after her husband comes out of jail. The woman said, ‘I have been told for the last five days that he will be released. He has not left yet. I lost my child. I am not able to talk to them. We love each other. If this happens to people in love, then what is the meaning of court-registered marriage? ‘
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50,000 release order on personal bond
Her husband was not released at the time of filing the report. An Moradabad jail official said on the condition of anonymity, the release order, ‘Parvana’, had not reached him till Friday evening. The police have filed a report in the district court under Section 169 (release of the accused when there is a lack of evidence) of the CrPC and requested for the release of her husband and brother-in-law. Moradabad ASP (Rural) Vidya Sagar Mishra said that the court has ordered her release on a personal bond of Rs 50,000.
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Officials gave clarification
Dr. Vishwesh Gupta, Chairman of the Uttar Pradesh State Child Rights Protection Commission, who had earlier said that the fetus was alive has not made any comment now. The woman said that she was sent to the shelter home when her husband and brother-in-law were arrested. In his custody, District Probation Officer Rajesh Gupta said, “Keeping in view the instructions of legal procedures only, we placed him in the shelter on the instructions of the Kanth Subdivision Magistrate.” Where else would he have been kept until his statements were recorded. The rest of the hospital is outside our jurisdiction.
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