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6/15/21

Implementing the Love-Jihad Act from today

:Now in Gujarat, marriage with the intention of conversion is punishable by up to 5 years and a fine of up to Rs 2 lakh.



File picture of Gujarat Legislative Assembly.



In the case of love-jihad, legal action will also be taken against those who helped in committing the crime



Anyone with a blood relationship can file a love-jihad complaint






The Love-Jihad (Gujarat Freedom of Religion Act) Act passed in the Legislative Assembly has been implemented in Gujarat from today to stop the conversion of a Hindu girl to Islam by a heretic. 



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About two months ago, Minister of State for Home Affairs Pradipsinh Jadeja introduced the Freedom of Religion Reform Bill 2021 in the Gujarat Legislative Assembly. The notification was issued by the government after the approval of Governor Acharya Devvarta and the implementation of the Freedom of Religion Act-2021 has started from today.

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Sentence up to 5 years and Rs. Provision of fine up to Rs 2 lakh
The Government of Gujarat has provided a penalty of up to 5 years and a fine of up to Rs 2 lakh in this Act, while for offenses with a minor up to 7 years imprisonment and a fine of Rs 3 lakh. In addition to this, provision has been made for 7 years for offenses against women belonging to Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes. Home Minister Pradipsinh Jadeja said that apart from love-jihad, the Clinical Establishment (Registration and Regulation) Bill has also been approved.

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Anyone with blood kinship can file a complaint. In
case of such love-jihad, a new section 3K is to be introduced, in which the person who is offended against the person is not married or adopted by his parents, siblings or blood kinship but is ruled by any other person. Provision has been made to lodge an FIR as soon as the first information is reported to the police station.

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