The petitioner has submitted that the true danger with this new so-called "love jihad" law lies not in its explicit textual basis, which seems fairly innocuous prima facie. Instead, its threat lies in its ambiguity
In a far-reaching judgment, the Allahabad High Court has said that cases of religious conversion are irrelevant if both parties are adults and in a consenting relationship. This cannot be infringed upon by the State.
New Delhi (ILNS): Madhya Pradesh Home Minister Narottam Mishra today said that the state government will soon bring in a “love jihad” bill in the state assembly which would recommend five years of rigorous imprisonment for the violators.
Tina Turner’s famous song could well illustrate the unsettling phenomenon taking place in UP, Haryana, MP and Karnataka where girls are allegedly lured by Muslim men. The states are now thinking of a law against it.
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has asked his officials to formulate a strategy and bring an ordinance if required to prevent religious conversions in the name of love, an official said on Friday.