The central authorities has no plans to enact an anti-conversion legislation to curb interfaith marriages, the Lok Sabha was knowledgeable on Tuesday.
Union Minister of State for House G Kishan Reddy stated points associated to non secular conversions are primarily the issues of state governments, including that legislation enforcement companies take motion at any time when such cases of violation come to the fore.
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Reddy stated in a written query that the central authorities has no plans to enact a central anti-conversion legislation to curb interfaith marriages. “Public order and police are state topics as per the Seventh Schedule to the Structure and therefore, prevention, detection, registration, investigation and prosecution of offences associated to non secular conversions are primarily the issues of state governments and Union Territory administrations.
“Motion is taken as per present legal guidelines by legislation imposing companies at any time when cases of violation come to note,” he stated.