The Yogi government is planning to bring an ordinance against religious Conversion in Uttar Pradesh. The CM Yogi Adityanath observed a rise in the ‘ Love Jihad ‘ case across the state Uttar Pradesh.
This is being done considering the expanding number of instances of ‘Love jihad’ in the state. Where Muslim men have disguised their strict personality to bait Hindu young ladies, sources said.
Most cases of Love Jihad observed in Kanpur and Meerut
The most extreme number of such cases accounted for by Kanpur and Meerut.
As per sources, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat raised this issue. During his two-day visit to Lucknow this week, additionally raised the Love Jihad issue of strict transformation.
The anti-conversion laws in different states look to keep any individual from changing over or making to change over. Then, either straight forwardly or something else, someone else through ‘forcefully’ or ‘deceitful’ signifies.
“The law in Uttar Pradesh would be very complex in nature. It would make strict for religion conversion and bulky methodology,” said authority in the law office.
At present, eight states have against transformation laws – Arunachal Pradesh, Odisha, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, and Uttarakhand.
Odisha was the primary state to authorize this law in 1967. It trailed by Madhya Pradesh, in 1968.
“Uttar Pradesh could before long turn into the ninth state,” said the law office official.
The state government has set up an exceptional examination group (SIT) to test 11 cases of ‘Love Jihad’ in Kanpur.