‘Anti-conversion’ bill becomes law in India


May 20, 2018

NEW DELHI, India — Uttarakhand has become the seventh state in India to put “anti-conversion” legislation in force. Gov. Krishna Kant Paul signed the “Freedom of Religion” bill April 18, which the state legislative assembly had passed. The new law stipulates a two-year jail term for a forced religious conversion of a minor, a woman …
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