Nashik: A case of love jihad has come to light in Nashik, Maharashtra. The case forced a family to cancel their daughter's wedding function. In fact, boys and girls of two different religions were going to get married on July 18, but the case was of love jihad and the wedding card of the two went viral. The community then started protesting and this led to the cancellation of the wedding function. Now, people are calling it a case of love jihad.
In fact, a 28-year-old disabled girl from Nashik was going to get married to Asif Khan, a Muslim youth studying with her. In this case, the girl's family said, 'The marriage was taking place with the consent of both the families. There was no pressure on the girl to convert in this case and the two families have known each other for many years. The girl is said to be physically challenged and the marriage was fixed only after mutual consent between the two families. Not only that but their marriage was also registered in court last May.'
Due to this, the two families were now planning to perform the function. Meanwhile, as soon as the wedding card of the Hindu girl and the Muslim boy came out, the girl's community started protesting against it. And everyone was calling it a case of love jihad. After learning this, the family had to cancel their daughter's wedding ceremony with a Muslim boy with Hindu customs. In this case, the girl's father, Adgaonkar, says, "He could not find a good life partner for his daughter who was disabled. After which his daughter expressed her desire to marry one of her own friends Asif Khan to the family. The family also happily agreed to the marriage of the two.''