Will not permit conversion of helpless: Karnataka CM Bommai
Will not permit conversion of helpless: Karnataka CM Bommai

Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai said on Monday that the ruling BJP will not allow religious conversion of the state's helpless people. Speaking at a Vishwa Hindu Parishath (VHP) function, he stated that his government would soon enact anti-conversion legislation. "Across the state, innocent people are being converted. They are enticed by money and financial aid "He stated.

Conversions to religion are about more than just increasing the number of people. It is necessary to alter one's mindset. What appears to be enticing at first will eventually have an impact on society. "Our government, our country, will not allow this to happen. In our society, there is an attempt to monetize poverty "He stated it again. There is no provision in the law that allows for the enticement of people to convert. The Constitution makes no provision for this. Opponents of the Anti-Conversion bill were ready to put it into effect in 2019. They are now bound by political compulsions, he said.

The state government would take decisive action to prevent vandalism. The Chief Minister said in a press conference that those who take the law into their own hands would face severe consequences. "The main vandals responsible for the recent vandalism in Karnataka have already been apprehended. We will not tolerate any further hooliganism "He continued.

State Home Secretary and DG of Police have raised the issue with their Maharashtra counterparts in order to protect Kannadigas' lives and property in Maharashtra, as well as provide security for Karnataka government vehicles,  Bommai said.

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