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340 people have been booked Under Anti-Conversion Law

As per the latest reports, more than 340 people have been booked through 108 FIRs held up under the arrangements of the anti-conversion law that appeared a year ago.

189 People Arrested 

As indicated by the Uttar Pradesh Police information, 189 individuals were arrested and charged sheets were documented in 72 cases. Somewhere around 77 victims have given statements before a justice that they had to change over. As indicated by the police representative, the last report was documented in 11 cases, which remembered six cases for the Bareilly police zone.

In the Shahjahanpur locale, five people were reserved, including two Christians and two Dalits, under the anti-conversion law. In one case enrolled in Moradabad, two men were reserved yet in the assertion before the justice the lady had discredited the charges.

The greatest number of FIRs – 28 – were enlisted in the Bareilly police zone. The greatest number of charge sheets in 18 cases were documented by the Meerut police zone.

Authorities in the DGP central command said that all the region police chiefs and police officials have been told not to bug any singular blamed in cases against anti-conversion law and act exclusively on proof.

“We have additionally guided senior cops to regulate tests in forthcoming cases,” said a senior police official.

In the interim, the police said that upwards of 31 charged booked under the anti-conversion laws were minors.

Karnataka To Soon Have Anti-Conversion Law 

The Karnataka state government is probably going to present the Anti-Conversion Bill in the following legislature session in Belagavi starting from December 13. Home Minister Araga Jnanendra said that the public authority is quick to pass the Bill and the draft is relied upon to be prepared by December 5.

Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, and Jharkhand have as of now passed such laws and Karnataka is concentrating on them.

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On Archbishop Peter Machado, who has kept in touch with Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai restricting the proposed charge, Jnanendra said that Machado and his group met him. “I let them know this law doesn’t have anything to do with any religion and that nobody from any religion ought to be stressed.