Conversion of three members of a Hindu family: Gujarat police arrest two Muslimstext_fields
Palanpur (Gujarat): Palanpur police in Gujarat has registered a case of forced religious conversion, extortion and abetment of suicide against four members of a Muslim family.
The police have arrested two of the four members of the family over the claim that they lured the three members of a Hindu family to get converted to Islam and helping them to get a legal permission to live seperately from their family.
The FIR against Sohil Shaikh, Sattar Abdul Haji, Alam Shaikh, Mustufa Shaikh and Ezaz Shaikh on the complaint of Rajesh Solanki, who alleged that the accused had forced his brother Haresh Solanki's wife Chandrika Solanki, her daughter and son to convert to the Islam.
Rajesh also alleged that the accused pressured his brother Haresh Solanki to convert to Islam to live with his wife, daughter and son as a Muslim family or pay Rs 25 lakh to reunite with his family to live as a Hindu family.
Complainant Rajesh Solanki in his complaint said that because of this incident, his brother Haresh had gone into depression and on Saturday afternoon he allegedly tried to commit suicide by consuming poison and he is currently undergoing treatment.
Rajesh has alleged that two years ago, Haresh's daughter was pursuing her graduation from a college in Rasana when the main accused Sohil became friends with her.
After this, both fell in love and Sohil clicked compromising photos of Haresh's daughter using which he threatened her to get converted to Islam.
The accused Sohil regularly visited family members of Haresh and brainwashed his wife Chandrika and son and they too started conducting namaz at home.
One day all the three left home and started living separately from their entire family but the latter had little knowledge about their whereabouts.