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Yogi Govt Likely To Bring Ordinance To Restrict Religious Conversion

Lucknow: The Yogi Adityanath authorities in Uttar Pradesh is planning to promulgate an ordinance towards spiritual conversions quickly.

That is being achieved in view of the rising variety of circumstances of ‘love jihad’ within the state the place Muslim males have hid their spiritual id to lure Hindu women, sources mentioned.

The utmost variety of such circumstances have been reported from Kanpur and Meerut.

In accordance with sources, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat, throughout his two-day go to to Lucknow this week, additionally raised the problem of non secular conversion.

The anti-conversion legal guidelines in numerous states search to stop any individual from changing or making an attempt to transform, both straight or in any other case, one other individual via ‘forcible’ or ‘fraudulent’ means, or by ‘allurement’ or ‘inducement’.

“The law in Uttar Pradesh would be quite similar in nature which would make religious conversions a complex and cumbersome procedure,” mentioned an official within the regulation division.

At current, eight states have anti-conversion legal guidelines — Arunachal Pradesh, Odisha, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, and Uttarakhand.

Odisha was the primary state to enact this regulation in 1967, adopted by Madhya Pradesh, in 1968.

“Uttar Pradesh could soon become the ninth state,” mentioned the regulation division official.

The state authorities has arrange a particular investigation workforce (SIT) to probe 11 circumstances of ‘love jihad’ in Kanpur.

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