Thursday, July 27, 2006

Freedom of religion act amended in Madhya Pradesh

The Hindi high authority of Madhya Pradesh passed a bill to amend the Act of freedom of 1968. From there onward, anyone who wish to convert their belief, particularly to or likewise, would have to give a full report to the authority, stating why he wishes to convert, where the church is and who “performs” the conversion.

Person who fails to do so is liable for legal action, meaning jail/fine

Madhya Pradesh Assembly says the bill is to ensure that no one is force into conversion against their free will.

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