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Indian Anti-Conversion Laws Have No Place in a Constitutional Democracy

—Kruthika R, LLM Student in Human Rights, Central European University, Vienna Three federal states in India have passed laws that criminalise religious conversion for marriage without a prior state permission. And mandates a cumbersome procedure to obtain permission from the state to convert to another religion for marriage. These laws in effect attempt to tackle ‘Love Jihad’:

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Published on November 20, 2021
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