Love Jihadi gets bail in case of kidnapping and marrying a 15-year-old Hindu girl

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Kolkata: Calcutta High Court on Wednesday granted the anticipatory bail plea of a 26-year-old Muslim youth from Murshidabad who had been accused of kidnapping and marrying a 15-year-old Hindu girl.

Sairul Sheikh, a resident of Bakultala in Behrampore, had been accused of kidnapping and forcibly marrying Anita Roy.

A division bench of Justice Pinaki Chandra Ghosh and Justice S P Talukdar allowed Sheikh’s plea after his lawyers Joymalya Bagchi and Rajib Lochan Chakraborty submitted that the marriage was legal under Muslim Personal Law. Holding the marriage legal, the court granted Sheikh’s anticipatory bail application.

Anita’s mother Jyotsna had lodged a complaint with Behrampore PS that her daughter had been missing since October 14. On October 15, she came to know that son Sairul had "kidnapped and married" her minor daughter.

Source: TOI

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