Supreme Court says to petitioner 'no ban Love Jihad law'

Lucknow: A hearing was held in the apex court on the issue of the ordinance related to Uttar Pradesh Love Jihad. The Supreme Court has refused to ban this ordinance at present. However, the country's largest court has sent a notice to the government of Uttar Pradesh as well as Uttarakhand about the ordinance related to Love Jihad.

The Supreme Court will now examine the constitutionality of these ordinances, that is why the state governments have been issued notice and sought their reply. During the hearing in the court on Wednesday, the Solicitor General told the top court that already the High Court is hearing in this matter. On which the court did not go to the High Court and asked to come here directly. The court objected to the petitioners petitioning the Supreme Court instead of the High Court. The petitioner has said in his petition that this ordinance should be immediately banned, in the guise of this people are being harassed for inter-religious marriages. People are being lifted from weddings.

A few days ago, the Yogi Adityanath government of Uttar Pradesh had approved an ordinance related to conversion. Under this, there has been a provision of strict punishment and fine for those who convert religion by forcibly converting, by greed, or by pretending to marry.

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