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Majority of country’s population will become minority if conversion continues – Allahabad High Court

Nita Yadav

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Allahabad High Court.

The Allahabad High Court has made a serious comment on the trend of religious conversion. The court has said that one day the majority population of India will become a minority if the trend of conversion in religious gatherings continues. The court said that there should be an immediate ban on religious meetings that lead to religious conversion. Such incidents are against the right to freedom of religion as provided by Article 25 of the Constitution.

The High Court said that Article 25 gives freedom to anyone to practice, worship and propagate his religion, but freedom to propagate religion does not allow anyone to convert. The court said that it has come to light that innocent poor people are being misled and converted to Christianity through religious programs in Uttar Pradesh. In such a situation the petitioner cannot be released on bail considering the seriousness of the charge of conversion.

The High Court has rejected the petitioner’s bail application. Justice Rohit Ranjan Aggarwal heard Kailash’s bail plea filed under Section 3/5 (1) of the Uttar Pradesh Prohibition of Unlawful Religious Conversion Act, 2021. The High Court said that serious charges have been leveled against the accused. According to the prosecutor, the accused took people from the village to Delhi to attend religious functions and most of them never returned home.

He was taken to Delhi and converted to Islam.

Bail plea of ​​Maudha, Kailash of Hamirpur, accused of converting Hindus to Christianity, has been rejected. Ramkali Prajapati filed an FIR that Kailash had taken her mentally ill brother to Delhi for a week. He assured Ramkali that he would get her treated and bring her back to the village, but he did not return for some time. During this time, Kailash again came to the village and took many people to a program organized in Delhi, where they were converted to Christianity. According to Ramkali Prajapati money is given to a brother who converts his brother. The court said that the Constitution allows the propagation of religion, but not proselytizing.

Nita Yadav

Nita Yadav

I am Nita Yadav, specializing in writing about politics and breaking national news. My focus is on delivering insightful and timely perspectives on these crucial topics, aiming to inform and engage my readers effectively.

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