Hadiya is on her way to New Delhi to appear in the Supreme Court on Monday. "She is in good health, is not being beaten up, she is eating, was smiling and is happy", Acting Chairperson of the Commission, Rekha Sharma, who met Hadiya at her home in TV Puram in Kottayam's Vaikkom, told media.
The development assumes significance in wake of the upcoming Hadiya case which also involves the conversion of a young woman from Kerala and her subsequent marriage to a Muslim on November 27, when the court has sought her presence.
A Bench led by Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra refused to issue notice in the petition filed by Ms. Sampath, represented by advocate Aishwarya Bhati, but said the matter would be listed in the next two weeks. "I want to go with my husband and I should get justice".
A government official also said, "While the woman's father, K M Ashokan, has alleged that she was not in a proper mental state to take the correct decision, the same has not been proved and can not be proved at this stage".
Her 26-year-old husband, Sheffin Jahan, has appealed against the annulment as well as the sanction given in August by the Supreme Court to the National Investigating Agency or NIA to determine if his marriage is part of an emerging pattern which sees vulnerable Hindu women being lured by Muslim men who are agents of terrorist groups including ISIS.
Shafin Jahan, Hadiya's Muslim husband, had moved the apex court after the Kerala High Court had annulled his marriage.
Hadiya spoke to waiting mediapersons at Nedumbassery airport while she was taken to Delhi for the Supreme Court hearing on the case. "These attempts are being made in collusion with RSS activists for a ghar wapsi". It also asked the investigative agency to submit their report in this case to the apex court on Monday.
Hadiya had converted to Islam before marrying Shafin Jahan in Kerala. "Since then, love jihad has begun, anti-Dalit acts have tremendously increased, and the minority communities are being targeted", she added.