Coming soon: UP Government’s Strict Law Against Love Jihad

UP strict law against love Jihad

Soon a new and strict law will be made against Love Jihad in Uttar Pradesh. The declaration comes after a law against Love Jihad in Madhya Pradesh and Haryana.

On Friday, it was announced that they would bring strict laws against Love Jihad.

The state government sent the proposal to the law department. UP CM Yogi Aditya Nath had announced that the government would enact a law to stop Love Jihad.

Those who are still trying to convert to another religion will take strict action against them. According to the Allahabad High Court, conversion to marriage is not mandatory! According to the court, they will also work on a strict law against Love Jihad.

People say that those who are playing with respect for our daughters and sisters, if you cannot stop doing love jihad, then your Ram Naam Yatra will start attending the rally in Jaunpur.

A law was first announced against Love Jihad in Madhya Pradesh and Haryana, stating that the government would introduce the Religious Bill 2020 in the next session of the Legislative Assembly. As the number of Love Jihad cases continues to grow, non-bailable charges will apply.

The bill also states that such love jihad marriages will also be avoided. According to the minister, it will be compulsory for the person who is converted for marriage, and religious persons, have to inform the District Magistrate in advance one month in advance.
Haryana Home Minister Anil Vij had confirmed the strict law against Love Jihad in his state.

Although every religion is respectable in itself, no one has the right to forcefully convert. It is hoped that the law will bring possibilities in the country and many more cases against Love Jihad will be stopped in the future. The Bill against Love Jihad has already been passed in Himachal Pradesh last year. Now it’s time to Uttar Pradesh!

Report: A report on a recent case of Love Jihad in Haryana– Nikita Tomar

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