In Madhya Pradesh, the Freedom of Religion Ordinance 2020 came into force on 9 January. Since then, 10 cases have been registered in the capital so far.
Law has been made in Madhya Pradesh about love jihad, but even then there is no shortage in the matters of love jihad. Now a new case of Love Jihad has come out from Shahjahanabad area of Bhopal. The accused young man befriended the woman and then made a physical relationship by asking her to marry him by becoming a Hindu. After this, both of them fled from their homes on 24 March. And started living in a rented house in Delhi. After staying in a rented house for 10 days, when the girl asked to get married, the boy refused to become a Hindu. Not only this, the accused boy also started pressuring the girl to change her religion.
The girl refused to change religion. So the accused refused to marry. After which both came back to Bhopal. After coming back home, the girl gave complete information to the family members and lodged a complaint at the Shahjahanabad police station. After this case, the police has arrested the accused youth under Section 376 as well as the case registered under Religious Freedom Act.
Will become hindu for you
Police said that the 20-year-old girl lives in Vajpayee Nagar. 5 years ago, he had a friendship with 21-year-old Raja Khan from Barela village of Kohefiza on Facebook. The king does the work of washing the carts. During this time a good thing happened between the king and the girl. The king also started going to the girl’s daughter-in-law. Both fell in love. When the girl spoke to the accused about the separation of the two religions, the young man said that he would become a Hindu. And after that he made a physical relationship with the girl. Fueled by the wedding pretext, on 24 March, the young man came to Delhi with the girl. And here both stayed in rented house for 10 days.
10 cases have been filed in Bhopal under the Dharma Swatantra Ordinance
In Madhya Pradesh, the Freedom of Religion Ordinance 2020 came into force on 9 January. Since then, 10 cases have been registered in the capital so far. Under this law, there is a provision of jail for a maximum period of ten years and a fine of one lakh rupees.
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