Punishment for up to five years on love jihad in Madhya Pradesh - Newztezz Online


Tuesday, November 17, 2020

Punishment for up to five years on love jihad in Madhya Pradesh

 After Uttar Pradesh, now in Madhya Pradesh, Shivraj government is going to take a big step regarding love jihad. Madhya Pradesh Home Minister Narottam Mishra informed that soon we will bring a law against Love Jihad in the Assembly. It will be a non-bailable offense and the culprits will have a punishment of up to five years.

Madhya Pradesh Home Minister Narottam Mishra said that Madhya Pradesh is preparing to introduce Freedom of Religion Bill, 2020 in the Assembly. It will provide for rigorous imprisonment of five years. We are also proposing that such offenses be declared cognizable and non-bailable offenses.

In the coming assembly session, the Shivraj government will introduce a bill for the Religious Freedom of Law on Love Jihad and after the law is made, a case will be punished for five years by filing a case in non-bailable sections. He said, if someone wants to convert by marriage voluntarily, then he has to submit an application in this regard to the Collector office a month in advance.

Narottam Mishra said, "After the introduction of this law, marriage by force by force, marriage by deception will be considered canceled." Let us tell you that Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan has also made a big statement against Love Jihad and made it clear that when such cases come up in Madhya Pradesh, it will be dealt with strictly and soon the law against Love Jihad in the country is implemented. will be given.

CM Shivraj had asked the officials to prepare a blueprint of the law. At the same time, politics has started in Madhya Pradesh regarding this law. Congress MLA Kunal Chaudhary said that the government should make a million claims for the safety of women, but despite this, the maximum number of crimes occurred in his government in Madhya Pradesh. The state government should enact strict laws on women's crimes and the Home Minister should answer this.

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