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Uttarakhand, May 23, 2017: A Muslim woman Shamim Jahan, a native of Udham Singh Nagar, Uttarakhand was given triple talaq by her husband Asif inside Gadarpur police station has threatened either to convert to Hinduism or commit suicide if she did not get justice. It has been recorded in a video that has gone viral on Wednesday.

In a video, she states, “after my experience, I think it is better to convert to Hinduism as these things do not happen in Hinduism. The other option is suicide. Through media, I want this video to get the attention of Modiji and Yogiji and I hope they give justice to me. I have suffered a lot,” mentioned indiatoday.in report.

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It is not the first time that she has been given the divorce. Earlier, Asif divorced her right after four years of marriage. They two were then reunited after completing the Halala period of 40 days through some counseling from family elders.

Now, Jahan married since 12 years. The matter reached Gadarpur Police Station. To everyone’s surprise, Asif entered and uttered ‘talaq talaq talaq’ to her at the police station itself as the police persons looked on.

Helpless Jahan then, made a video in a bid to seek help from media and authorities after her husband gave her triple talaq.

– prepared by Himanshi Goyal of Newsgram, Twitter: @himanshi1104

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