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India has a long tradition of arranged marriages, wherein the bride and groom do not self-select their partners.Through the 2000s and 2010s, India witnessed a rise in love marriages, although tensions continue around interfaith marriages, along with other traditionally discouraged unions.However, in absence of solid proof the investigations were still continuing. The court while hearing bail plea of two accused in "love jihad" cases stated that there had been 3,000-4,000 such conversions in past four years.
Popular Front of India (PFI) committee-member Naseeruddin Elamaram denied that the PFI was involved in any "Love Jihad", stating that people convert to Hinduism and Christianity as well and that religious conversion is not a crime.In November 2009, DGP Jacob Punnoose stated there was no organisation whose members lured girls by feigning love with the intention of converting.He told the Kerala High Court that 3 out of 18 reports he received expressed some doubts about the tendency. Sankaran who refused to accept Punnoose's report concluded from a case diary that there were indications of forceful conversions and stated it was clear from police reports there was a "concerted effort" to convert women with "blessings of some outfits".Furthermore, these reports stated that these girls were being exploited by their husbands, some of whom afterwards abandoned them in Pakistan.
According to the Takht jathedar, "The Sikh council has rescued some of the victims (girls) and brought them back to their parents." On 25 June 2014, Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy informed the state legislature that 2667 young women were converted to Islam in the state since 2006.Police said sporadic cases of trickery by unscrupulous men are not evidence of a broader conspiracy.