Late Wajid Khan’s wife accuses in-laws of forcing her to convert to Islam, wants anti-conversion law to be nationalised

Kangana Ranaut, in a series of tweets, has extended her support to Kamalrukh tagging the PM of India and condemned the conversion of religion in inter-caste marriages.

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Late Wajid Khan’s wife accuses in-laws of forcing her to convert to Islam, wants anti-conversion law to be nationalised

Late Wajid Khan’s wife accuses in-laws of forcing her to convert to Islam, wants anti-conversion law to be nationalised

New Delhi: Late music composer Wajid Khan’s wife Kamalrukh has poured her heart out in a lengthy post revealing how her in-laws were harassing her for not converting to Islam.

Kamalrukh took to Instagram to share the note in which she wrote:

 

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Kangana Ranaut, in a series of tweets, has extended her support to Kamalrukh tagging the PM of India and condemned the conversion of religion in inter-caste marriages.

Kangana tweeted: “Parsis are the genuine minority in this nation, they did not come as invaders they came as seekers and gently requested for mother India’s love. Their small population have hugely contributed to the beauty- growth and economy of this nation. She is my friends widow a Parsi woman who is being harassed by her family for conversion. I want to ask @PMOIndia minority that don’t do sympathy seeking drama, beheadings, riots and conversions, how are we protecting them? Parsis shockingly decreasing numbers.”

Wajid Khan passed away at a hospital in Mumbai at an age of 42 in June this year. Almost six months after his death, his wife Kamalrukh has taken to her Instagram page to open up about her bitter experience with her inter-caste marriage and alleged that the “scare tactics” used by Wajid’s family to force her into conversion included taking her to the court seeking a divorce.