Wajid Khan’s wife probably the best example to know what torture a Non-Muslim bride goes through after marriage

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Mumbai : As the cases of love jihad are increasing in the country, laws are being made against this social defect in many states. A heated discussion has started on the love jihad on all platforms. Few are in favor then few are denying the presence of this dreadful social truth.

Now the genie of Love Jihad has come out of Bollywood, and it is not easy for its supporters to defend. Famous musician Wajid Khan who died accidentally in June of the same year due to Corona. Now seeing the discussion on Love Jihad starting, his wife Kamalrukh Khan has posted the mind-boggling truth on Twitter.

In her 3 pages long post, she has spoken about the harassment she received from the family of musician Wajid Khan for not changing religion. Kamalarukh Khan comes from a Parsi family and has told in her post how after marriage she had to go through many atrocities for not accepting Islam. After marriage, not only her independent thinking was limited but her ideas were also strangled.

Kamalarukh has written in her post that due to her upbringing in her Parsi family she had got freedom of democratic values and ideas since childhood but the same democratic values, education and independence were the biggest problems of Wajid’s family after her marriage to Wajid.

In the post, Kamalrukh also revealed that her resistance to not accepting Islam destroyed her relationship with Wajid Khan. She wrote that “A strong-educated and independent-minded woman was not acceptable to Wajid’s family. I have always respected, participated in and celebrated all religions. But my resistance to converting to Islam greatly increased the distance between me and my husband, making our relationship as husband and wife toxic. ”

She wrote, “My dignity and self-respect did not allow me to convert to Islam and bow before the family of Wajid. I have to fight till date even after marriage. Today the result is that I was thrown out of my husband’s family, and there was an attempt to intimidate me even by taking me to court. ”

She further wrote, “Wajid was a talented musician who devoted his life to making tunes. I wanted him to dedicate more time with us as a family, devoid of religious prejudices, the way he devoted his time to making tunes. ”

Kamalrukh wrote, reflecting fundamentalism, that “we never got a family due to the religious bigotry of him and his family.” Today, after his untimely death, persecution from his family continues and the reason for his hatred was not simply to convert to Islam. I am fighting for the rights of my children.”

She further wrote, “I want this anti-conversion law all over the country, for women like me who are fighting the poison of religion in inter-caste marriages.” We are treated badly, and our opposition is manipulated and labelled as greedy.

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