Federal Court: Unilateral conversion of Indira Gandhi's 3 children is null and void (updated)


  • Nation
  • Monday, 29 Jan 2018

PUTRAJAYA: In a landmark decision, the Federal Court here granted an appeal by kindergarten teacher M. Indira Gandhi, who challenged the conversion of her three children to Islam by her ex-husband Muhammad Riduan Abdullah.

The Apex Court on Monday nullified the conversion of her three children, Tevi Darshiny, 20; Karan Dinesh, 18; and Prasana Diksa, eight.

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