In a shocking turn of events in Hadiya conversion case, a youth named Shefin Mohammed revealed on Thursday that the Kerala police has been trying to impose a case originally filed against him on Shafin Jahan, husband of Hadiya.
The Kerala High Court had annulled jahan's marriage with Hadiya and had ordered for an NIA probe into her conversion followed by marriage.
Shefin Mohammed, a youth from Kollam district of Kerala, took to the Facebook to write about how the Kerala police are putting pressure on him to falsely claim that the charges against him were mistakenly filed and they were originally filed against Jahan.
He, in his Facebook post that has gone viral, said that he was the real accused in the cases (889/11, 1051/13) which is being projected by Kerala police as the main charges against Jahan.
"I received a good offer from Kerala police. I am Muhammed Shefin, to be clear, the real accused in the cases, 889/11, 1051/13, that have been imposed on Hadiya's husband Shefin Jahan", he wrote on Facebook.
On a sarcastic note, he thanked Sub Inspector at Kilikolloor police station who offered to help and support him if agreed to their demands.
"It would be better for police officers to stand by the truth instead of licking the boots of Sanghis", he reminded police.
He also claimed that a group of alleged CPI activists has approached the complainants in the case and asked them to do as police direct them.
The Kerala police' move to trap Jahan was exposed, at a time the Kerala State Human Rights Commission (SHRC) ordered an enquiry into the allegations that Hadiya is undergoing serious human rights violation.
The commission had recently observed that it is a serious issue that the rights of Hadiya are being violated in the name of the high court order. The commission said there should be a detailed investigation into the matter.
Recently, a group of women were barred from visiting the house of Hadiya in Kottayam district of Kerala. The group allege that the neo-convert is undergoing grave human rights violations and added when they reached in front of the house, Hadiya was yelling for help through a window.
“Hadiya was shouting through a window for help and she said she was being physically attacked. It is a grave human rights violation. It's now nearly three months since a woman of 25 is being put under house arrest,” one of the team members who visited the house said.