After her parents approached the police alleging "love jihad", the matter reached the Kerala High Court, which annulled the marriage. The commission, in a press statement, said that directive was given in view of reports that she was being assaulted, facing death threats and was given sedative drugs. "I will be killed anytime, I am sure", Hadiya - who is in the middle of the state's love jihad controversy - is seen saying in the video clip. When I walk, he is hitting and kicking me. "If my head or any other part of my body hits somewhere and I die.", says Hadiya in the 16-second video, shot on August 17, purportedly recorded by Easwar at her house in Vaikom in Kottayam.
According to a report by Zee News, Hadiya, a 25-year-old homeopathic doctor, had converted to Islam after she married Shafin Jahan last year.
It may be recalled that Hadiya's father Ashokan had earlier lodged a police petition against Rahul for making public a video footage of Hadiya engaged in an argument with her mother over her conversion to Islam.
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Hadiya can be heard in the first video as saying, "Is this how I should live? Is this my life?"
Hadiya's husband has appealed against High Court's verdict in the Supreme Court which initially roped in the anti-terror agency National Investigation Agency (NIA) to probe the circumstances of the marriage. She was put in protective custody of her parents. Now the HC has said that his case won't stand.
The activist further said the full video has not been released because it contains excerpts involving communal issues.