Kerala women sex only
The issue of alleged "forced conversion" of girls in Kerala is getting serious, the National Commission for Women's in-charge Rekha Sharma said today after meeting Hadiya, a 24-year-old woman whose marriage with a Muslim man is at the centre of a nationwide controversy. She is in good health, she has not been beaten up or anything, she is eating her food and she was smiling, she was happy," she said, adding that there were no security issues. Sharma claimed that the girls had told her how they were "manipulated" and how "forced conversions" took place.Sharma met Hadiya at her family home in Vaikom in Kottayam district, a week after the Supreme Court directed her father to produce her before it on November 27. They said that boys would take selfies with them and threaten them that the picture would be circulated in social media if they did not agree to marriage or conversion, she claimed.
"She had met the man once and spoken to him twice or thrice. "Many types of lures, many other threatenings, blackmailing, all types of things are happening. The meeting came amid complaints from various Kerala- based Muslim bodies that the woman's rights were being violated in the confines of her home.Of that, male literacy stands at 96.11 percent while female literacy is at 92.07 percent.In 2001, literacy rate in Kerala stood at 90.86 percent of which male and female were 94.24 percent and 87.72 percent literate respectively. Density of Kerala is 860 per sq km which is higher than national average 382 per sq km.The court is hearing an appeal by Jahan, who had challenged the annulement of their marriage by the high court, saying it was an insult to the independence of women in the country.
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has informed the court that there was a well-oiled machinery working in the state which is indoctrinating and radicalising society and that 89 cases of similar nature have been reported.
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Owing to the great advancements over the years, no wonder it is one of the states in India to have maximum population density.
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In actual numbers, total literates in Kerala stands at 28,135,824 of which males were 13,704,903 and females were 14,430,921. In 2001, density of Kerala was 819 per sq km, while nation average in 2001 was 324 per sq km. The question though legimate has no correct answer.