Kejriwal- Anti-conversion law should be made in Punjab
Kejriwal- Anti-conversion law should be made in Punjab

Amritsar: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) national convenor and Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal is now talking about conversion. In Punjab, Kejriwal has reached Jalandhar to woo voters in the upcoming Assembly elections. Here, Kejriwal said that a law should be made against the conversion of allurement or forcible conversion.

During a meeting with industrialists and business community people in Jalandhar, CM Kejriwal said religion is a personal matter and everyone in the country has the right to believe in religion or God according to their faith. It cannot be forced into it. He said that there should be a law against religious conversion being done by force or inducement, but it should not be misused. Even in Delhi, when incidents of forced conversions come to light, the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) demands Kejriwal to enact an anti-conversion law in Delhi.

Although CM Kejriwal never said anything about making a law in this regard in Delhi, but in view of the assembly elections in Punjab, he pointed out the need for an anti-conversion law. The VHP says that after the implementation of the anti-conversion law by the Yogi government in UP, many people are using Delhi as a safe place to convert it. The organisation says that cases of conversions and love jihad are on the rise in Delhi, against which law needs to be made.

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