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‘Married Assam MLA converts to Islam, marries her Facebook friend
Reports doing the rounds say that Rumee Nath, 32, sneaked into Bangladesh along with her second husband Jacky Zakir, a government employee, even as the police are searching for them.
Rumee, who represents the Barkhola assembly segment, converted to Islam and married her long-time Facebook friend Zakir about a month ago in Islamic way.
When her wedding photographs were flashed on local TV channels, she rubbished them as ‘doctored’. However, she admitted to her second marriage after eloping with Zakir on Tuesday.
On Friday, she circulated a video to the media disclosing that state minister Siddeque Ahmed “facilitated” the marriage.
Her husband Rakesh Singh has reportedly petitioned chief minister Tarun Gogoi against the minister. Singh earlier filed an FIR with the police reporting ‘abduction’ of his wife.
“Zakir is my legal husband and henceforth, I have no relation with Rakesh Singh. I will soon file for divorce,” Rumee told the media. She said she did not admit to her second marriage earlier owing to ‘political pressures’.
“I converted to Islam before my second marriage and at my own volition. Therefore, the Hindu marriage laws won’t be applicable to me,” she said adding that she would claim the custody of her daughter.
An advocate of the Gauhati High Court said the MLA’s claim would hold little ground. “Her claim that she got converted to Islam and therefore, seeking divorce from her husband was not binding on her before second marriage holds little ground,” the advocate said and added, “She could be charged with polygamy and sentenced to seven years in jail.”
Rumee switched over to the Congress from the BJP following her expulsion for cross-voting in a Rajya Sabha election a couple of years ago.’
Courtesy: Daily Bhaskar.