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Updated Fri, 21 Aug 2020 09:08 PM IST
Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan
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Chief Minister Chouhan said in a series of tweets on Friday in this case, “In Bhopal this morning, a Muslim sister has filed an FIR for her 'triple talaq' by her husband on a mobile phone. I assure the sister that the Madhya Pradesh Police will do everything possible to get her justice. '
I will give justice to my sister.
No one can play with the honor of women. I am also going to talk to the Chief Minister of Karnataka about this matter.
Appropriate action will be taken against the guilty, I have given instructions to the police officers. pic.twitter.com/kl5Dh8D82n
– Shivraj Singh Chouhan (@ChouhanShivraj) August 21, 2020
He said, 'After years of fighting, for the self-respect and justice of our Muslim sisters, the Central Government, under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, enacted a law to end' triple talaq 'but still some infuriated people are playing with this law. ' Chauhan said, “I have spoken to the Director General of Police of Madhya Pradesh in this context that Madhya Pradesh Police should coordinate with the Bangalore Police to take appropriate action in this matter and provide justice to our Muslim sister.”
Bhopal's Kohefija police station in-charge Anil Bajpai said that a 42-year-old woman resident of Bhopal lodged a complaint with the police that on July 31, her husband called WhatsApp and called her 'triple talaq'. He said that a case has been registered against the accused Faiz Alam Ansari under the related sections of the Dowry Act and the Muslim Marriage Act.
The SHO told that the woman was married to Faiz in 2001 and they have two children. Both are also citizens of Singapore and also have an Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) card. The couple moved from Singapore to Bangalore in 2013. Faiz is currently working in a large hotel in Bangalore.
Bajpai said on the basis of the woman's complaint that even after so many years of marriage, Faiz continued to harass the woman for bringing dowry. In June this year, he started quarreling with his wife again and said that if he had to stay at home, he would have to bring 25 lakh rupees.
Later, the demand was not met, forcing him to leave the house. Police said that the victim stayed three-four days with her friend after leaving her home in Bangalore and then went to her husband to pick up her children, then she refused to hand over the children.