A 23-year-old Muslim\u00a0woman in Kannur district has alleged she was given the banned\u00a0triple talaq by her husband in writing on a bit of white paper\u00a0after which he got married to another woman within weeks.\u00a0The incident came to light after the woman, a mother of a\u00a0four-year-old boy, today appeared on television channels and\u00a0showed the 'talaq paper', based on which the Kerala Women's\u00a0Commission decided to register a case in this regard. KWC Chairperson M C Josephine told PTI that it was the\u00a0first such reported complaint on instant triple talaq in\u00a0 Kerala after the Supreme Court had banned the practice.\u00a0Hailing from Payyannur, the woman last week moved the\u00a0local court, seeking action against her husband, Liyakath Ali\u00a0Khan (30), his new wife, parents and other relatives on\u00a0charges of domestic violence. According to the woman, she got married to Ali in March\u00a02013 and was given talaq on July 13 this year.\u00a0He got married to another woman soon, she alleged.\u00a0The woman alleged that she was ill-treated by her husband\u00a0and in-laws and suffered a lot in the five years of marriage.\u00a0K Vijayakumar, her counsel, told PTI that a complaint was\u00a0lodged with the District Superintendent of Police and the\u00a0Women's Commission. "The practice of triple talaq is inhuman and illegal. It\u00a0is shocking to know that such incidents are still happening\u00a0even after the apex court verdict against this," Josephine\u00a0said.\u00a0"In this particular case, she was given talaq by\u00a0writing in a paper. There was not even the presence of any\u00a0religious leader. Based on media reports, the Commission will register a\u00a0case tomorrow as today is holiday for the office," she said.\u00a0Josephine also wanted the Centre to bring out a stringent\u00a0legislation at the earliest to curb such practices.\u00a0The Supreme Court had last year\u00a0 banned the 1,400 year-old\u00a0practice of instant triple talaq among Sunni Muslims and set\u00a0it aside on several grounds, including that it was against the\u00a0basic tenets of the Holy Quran and violated the Islamic law\u00a0Shariat.