Karnataka chief minister BS Yediyurappa on Thursday stated that the govt would usher in legal guidelines on interfaith marriage and in opposition to cow slaughter within the state.
The CM stated that girls had been being lured to transform within the name of affection and that sturdy steps can be taken to enact a legislation to stop this. “We are discussing with our party leaders as well as with officials to put in place an effective law to prevent such instances,” he stated.
To make sure, spiritual conversion is protected by legislation and is a state topic. While a bunch of states have already got legal guidelines in place that make conversion by way of inducement,or deception an offence that invitations a jail time period, the RSS and some BJP-ruled states need legal guidelines that particularly take care of conversion by way of interfaith marriage.
BJP nationwide basic secretary C T Ravi in a tweet had just lately stated that on traces of Allahabad HC’s order, Karnataka will enact a legislation banning spiritual conversions for the sake of marriage.
The CM also identified that an anti-cow slaughter legislation applied by the BJP govt in 2008 had been repealed by the following Congress govt. “This time we will bring an even more stronger anti-cow slaughter law.” He nonetheless didn’t point out a timeline on when these legal guidelines can be applied however stated it will be executed ‘soon.’