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Modi's next surgical strike: Anti-religious conversion Act!

Modi's next surgical strike: Anti-religious conversion Act!

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has reportedly lined up few more 'sensational decisions' soon.

Modi as PM in his second term created a sensation by abolishing Article 370, bifurcated Jammu and Kashmir, scrapped statehood to J&K and created two new Union Territories J&K and Ladakh and get all these passed in Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha within two days last week.

The entire J&K issue was so meticulously planned by Modi that no one could sense it till he introduced bills in the parliament.

Now, Modi is learnt to have decided to bring a new Act to check religious conversions in India.

Religious conversions have become a menace in India. Hindus are being converted to other religions with an aim to bring down Hindu population in the country, which is a majority now.

The conversions are more from Hindus to Christians. Various Christian organisations are targeting poorer sections in Hindus and luring them with cash and kind to adopt Christianity.

Poorer sections from Hindus are adopting Christianity due to cash doles offered by Christian organisations.

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To put an end to this, Modi is reportedly bringing an Anti-Religious Conversion Bill in the next session of Parliament.

With BJP having full majority in Lok Sabha and various regional parties supporting BJP in Rajya Sabha, Modi is confident that this bill will be passed like that of recent J&K bills without any difficulty.Once enacted, this Act will prevent religious conversions in India.

BJP sources said this bill is being drafted now at present and is likely to be introduced in the winter session of Parliament.

PM Modi-led NDA government is likely to bring an anti-conversion bill in the next Parliament session, according to sources. 

As per sources, the bill will prevent the practice of any kind of religious conversion. Reports suggest that the government is preparing to introduce the bill in the next session of Parliament.

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