Allahabad HC’s serious comment: If religious conversion is not stopped, India’s majority population will become a minority

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Justice Rohit Ranjan made these comments while rejecting the bail plea of ​​Kailash, accused in a conversion case. The court said that Article 25 of the Constitution gives a person the right to religious freedom, to adopt any method of worship and to propagate his religion.

Amidst the increasing cases of conversion in the country, the Allahabad High Court has made a serious comment that if conversion is not stopped, the majority will also become a minority. Justice Rohit Ranjan has made this comment and said that SC / ST and economically weaker people are being converted on a large scale in the country, which needs to be stopped immediately. During the hearing of a case, he said that if conversion continues by luring money in religious gatherings, then one day the majority population of India will become a minority. The court said that there is no provision for conversion in Article 25, so the gatherings organized to convert citizens should be banned.

Let us tell you that Justice Rohit Ranjan made these comments while rejecting the bail plea of ​​Kailash, accused in a conversion case. The court said that Article 25 of the Constitution gives a person the right to religious freedom, to adopt any method of worship and to propagate his religion but does not allow conversion. The court said that it has received information that poor and innocent people are being converted to Christianity through religious events in Uttar Pradesh. The court said that this is a very serious matter.

On the other hand, after this order of the court, the demand for making a strict law against religious conversion in the country has started gaining momentum. Senior Supreme Court advocate and famous as India’s PIL man, Ashwini Upadhyay has said that the Modi government should pay immediate attention to this issue. On the other hand, the saint community has also called this issue worrisome and has demanded the government to find a quick solution to this problem.

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