UP : Hindu girl converts to Islam and marries Arif, who then burns her alive and dumps her

On July 6 (Tuesday), a 26-year-old Hindu woman was found dumped on the Kanpur-Jhansi highway near Orai district in Uttar Pradesh, after being set on fire. The victim, who lay unattended on the highway for two and a half hours, accused her husband, Arif of the criminal act, in her statement to the police.

She confirmed that Arif, with whom she had a court marriage against the wishes of her family members around three months ago, had burnt her alive and dumped her on the highway thinking she was dead.

Hindu woman was groaning in pain, in front of Radhe Dhaba, located on Kanpur-Jhansi highway on the outskirts of Ajnara village in Orai Tehsil in Jalaun district in Uttar Pradesh, when the eatery’s owner, Bhanu Rajput, noticed her. Rajput immediately dialled Uttar Pradesh police on its emergency service number ‘112’ and sought help. The police team, that reached the spot immediately, rushed woman, who had sustained almost 30 per cent burn injuries, to the district hospital.

Later, CO City Santosh Kumar and City Kotwal Vinod Kumar Pandey reached the district hospital to record victim’s statement. The Police officers said that the woman is in critical condition and she could not be questioned in detail. However, in her magisterial statement, victim clearly accused her husband of setting her on fire.

Though woman, who was later referred to the Medical College in Jhansi, is said to be stable, her condition still remains critical, said the police.

VHP flags issue with Uttar Pradesh CM, demands speedy investigation

After this disturbing incident came to the fore, the Hindu outfit, Vishwa Hindu Parishad’s Kanpur unit has written a letter to UP CM Yogi Adityanath voicing concerns over the increased occurrence of cases of Grooming Jihad or Love Jihad.

Citing another case of love jihad that occurred in Uttar Pradesh’s Jalaun district last week, VHP asked the CM to take concrete steps to end the growing menace of Love Jihad in the state.

Source : OpIndia

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