Chandigarh: A strange case has come to the fore regarding conversion. In this incident, a 36-year-old Sikh man has filed a petition in the Chandigarh District Court against his wife and her relatives, saying that her son is being forcibly converted to Islam. The husband has told in the court that his wife believes in Islam. He has demanded in his Chakika that instructions be issued to his wife not to do so.
The court of Civil Judge Rasveen Kaur has issued notice to the defense in this case. Judge Rasveen Kaun has said to file a reply from the other side in this case by July 20.
The man has told the court that he is a Sikh by religion and birth, while his wife and in-laws are Muslim by birth. The Sikh man has told that he is a resident of Chandigarh. It has been said in the petition that he does not want to change his religion.
In the petition filed in the Chandigarh court, it has been said that my wife is pressurizing me to change religion. That’s why I was forced to knock on the door of the court.
Let us tell you that there has been a love-marriage between the two. It has been told in the petition that after the consent of both, the marriage was solemnized at Gurdwara Sahib in Amritsar. The petitioner says that he had no idea that he could be forced to leave Sikhism after marriage.
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