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Arvind Singh Chauhan (advocate)     06 March 2022

Conversion law

Honourable members ! There has been lots of discussion regarding conversion and anti-conversion law. Plz contribute your opinion, is there any legal procedure to change religion. If state wants to prosecute any body for conversion for prohibited purpose, how state will prove that, that body has legally changed his religion.

 



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G.L.N. Prasad (Retired employee.)     06 March 2022

A citizen has the liberty to change religion depending on his beliefs, and the affected party can change the religion once again and he may complain to the police if there was unlawful pressure or undue influence.  The affected party can approach the religious institutions for guidance further and they will be too willing to help him.  If any person changes his religion to use changed religion to claim any pecuniary benefits the matter has to complain to that public authority as such conversion was used illegally for some benefits and deserving candidates might have lost opportunity to claim such benefits.


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