Father physically abusing, can get killed anytime

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The video is originally in Malayalam in which Hadiya said, "You need to get me out.I will be killed anytime".

Meanwhile, in the video, she is heard saying, "I know my father is getting angry.He hits and kicks me when I walk". "He pushes me, stamps at me", says the 24-year-old Hadiya in the video recorded in August.

Hadiya aka KM Akhila has been at the centre of controversy after it was alleged that she had been a victim of love jihad when she changed her religion to get married to a Muslim- Shafin Jahan. The decision was based on the claim made by Hadiya's father Ashokan KM that Jahan has links to terror-outfits and targeted Hadiya.

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Easwar said the entire video was not released since there was communal content in it and also added that Hadiya's father had moved legally after he released the first video.

She can be heard pleading with activist Rahul Eashwar in a video that he had shot on August 17. "Is this my life?"

Visitors have been barred from meeting Hadiya in her residence, which is guarded by the police.

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Earlier this year, the Supreme Court had ordered a probe by National Investigation Agency (NIA) in the matter and find out if it was a case of "love jihad".

Hours after the video was released, Shefin Jahan, Hadiya's husband has requested Kerala chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan to intervene, said an India Today report. Earlier this year the apex court had asked how a HC could annul the marriage between two consenting adults. "Since he did not take up the case, I gave a written complaint to the state women's commission and also submitted the footage", Easwer was quoted as saying by the Times of India.

The next hearing of the case scheduled on October 30.

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