21 year old girl shot dead in broad daylight.

21 year old girl shot dead in broad daylight.

Love, a strong yet beautiful emotion, is all about freedom between two people who care and look after each other in every situation. But is love love if bindings are created and freedom is taken away?

In Faridabad, 21 year old Nikita Tomar was shot dead by Tausif in broad daylight when the girl was coming out of her college after giving her exam. In a CCTV footage, it was seen that the girl was getting dragged inside a car while she was resisting. She tried to flee for a short time and that’s when a blind shot killedl her on spot. She was taken to the hospital right away, but Nikita couldn’t make it owing to her injuries.

According to information, it was heard that Tausif was known to Nikita for a long time and since 3 years he was trying to convince the girl for marriage and change of religion. Earlier in 2018, Nikita’s father had filed a molestation complaint against Tausif. It also came to information that a case of abduction was also filed against Tausif but due to extreme pressure on the family, they withdrew the case later.

The Special Marriage Act, 1954 is an Act where legislation says if two people are truly in love, no kind of boundary can abandon their relationship and no religious conversation should be mandatory between them, thus intacting religious beliefs between both the individuals in a healthy way.

As per sources, a family member of the victim has accused this to be a case of “Love Jihad”. It is heard that Tausif has been forcing Nikita Tomar to change her religion and get married to him. As she refrained from the proposal, Tausif shot her dead in broad daylight after failing to abduct her from the front of her college.

The unfortunate incident took place on Monday at around 3:40 pm outside a college in Ballabgarh, Faridabad. The victim was a commerce final year student returning from her exam.

According to the police, Tausif and his friend Rehan (was present at the spot) were arrested and the National Commission for Women has written to Haryana Police chief about the situation.