Another ‘Phone Talaq’ In Hyderabad? Woman Allegedly Divorced By Husband For Giving Birth To Baby Girl
Another ‘Phone Talaq’ In Hyderabad?  Woman Allegedly Divorced By Husband For Giving Birth To Baby GirlRepresentational Image (Photo by Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)

A woman in Hyderabad was allegedly given triple talaq over the phone for having a baby girl, reports Hans India. Even though the incident happened three weeks ago, it has come to light after the victim complained to the police on 20 December.

The couple were married in January 2017, with the victim's husband, Mohammed Mujammil Shareef, working as a principal in a private school. The victim used to stay with her in-laws, who after a month started harassing her for dowry. When she got pregnant, her parents took her back reportedly. However, after the birth of the baby girl three months ago, the harassment increased.

The victim describes an incident where her child who fell sick, was not helped by her husband and his parents, and was finally taken to the hospital by the victim’s parents. She says that her husband who arrived at the hospital got into an argument with her father. “He threatened me that he would leave me. I apologised, but he left me with my parents," the woman told ANI.

On 28 November, Mujammmil called up the woman and divorced her by uttering 'talaq' three times on the phone.

A case was registered based on the complaint given by the women’s parents. An audio recording of the call has been submitted as proof too.

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