The Legislative Assembly of
Indian state of Karnataka has passed a
law that criminalises religious conversions
through force, fraud or allurement. It is the
tenth state in India so to do. Penalties range
from fines of £250–£300 to prison for three
to ten years.
Some suggest the
is to curb
Muslim organisations who lure non-Muslim
girls to marry Muslim men and oblige the
bride to convert to Islam.
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