On October 31, the Supreme Court had observed that the consent of the girl is prime in the Kerala "love jihad" case, adding that she is a major.
The case of the 25-year-old convert has generated severe outrage across the country.
She had boarded a flight to Delhi to appear in the Supreme court.
The case had gained limelight after the Kerala High Court had annulled Hadiya's marriage to Shafin Jahan on account that she was forcefully converted to Islam.
Hadiya, who had been confined to her father's house for almost four months and was allowed no contact with outsiders without the approval of her father, is now in Delhi. "She is in good health, is not being beaten up, she is eating, was smiling and is happy", Acting Chairperson of the Commission, Rekha Sharma, who met Hadiya at her home in TV Puram in Kottayam's Vaikkom, told media.
Hadiya, whose original name was Akhila Ashokan, had married Jahan after she met him on an Islamic matrimonial site. She does not have an independent mind at all.
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Hadiya's conversion and subsequent marriage came under the Supreme Court's focus when her husband, Shafin Jahan, moved it against a May 4 order of the Kerala High Court which annulled the marriage and let her into the custody of her father. She is heavily indoctrinated.
The court had ordered Hadiya to return to her parents.
The court had said that before examining the issue, it would like to ascertain if she had voluntarily converted to Islam and got married.
Earlier on Saturday, Shafin had filed a complaint alleging that attempts were being made to reconvert her to Hinduism ahead of her being produced in the apex court on Monday. "Her response can be taken only after she comes out of the mental kidnapping that she has gone through".
In a major development, the family of the Kerala woman Hadiya alias Akhila, embroiled in the controversial religious conversion case, has chose to inform the Supreme Court of India that the 24-year-old medico is mentally disturbed. His petition said Sheffin Jahan has links to terror organisations and he feared that his daughter was being prepared to be taken to Syria.