Shahjahanpur: Cases of love jihad and religious conversion are increasing continuously, but still a few people and some politicians shamelessly call it a lie. A shocking case has come to light from Shahjahanpur in Uttar Pradesh, where a woman was poisoned to death for not converting.
According to the report, the accused first raped the 23-year-old pregnant woman, a resident of Lakhimpur Kheri in the state. She was then pressured to convert to Islam and if she did not do so, she was poisoned to death. The deceased woman is said to be from the Dalit community, who was three months pregnant. Two accused have been arrested in the case. According to media reports, the Dalit woman, who worked in a hospital in Shahjahanpur, was three months pregnant. She was in a relationship with a man named Mohammad Naved, who had hidden his Muslim identity in front of her and claimed to be a Hindu. Naved and his friend Farhan admitted the woman to the district hospital in Shahjahanpur on Saturday night in a critical condition. Naved had told the hospital staff that she was his wife Zoya Siddiqui.
At the same time, when the woman died in the hospital, the staff there found Naved and Farhan's activities suspicious. Naved and Farhan had also filled their information incorrectly in the hospital records. When the matter started coming to light, both the accused also tried to escape from the hospital, but the hospital staff caught them and informed the police. The police have arrested both of them.