Punjab

Launched a signature campaign to stop religious conversions

Kuldeep Sood | January 14, 2022 09:31 PM

Barnala: Dharam Bachao Morcha Punjab has launched a special signature drive to stem the tide of proselytizing. The Punjab government is being asked to enact strict laws to curb conversions being carried out by foreign powers through deception, greed, and other maneuvers. 

Morcha District Convener Sukhwinder Singh Bhandari, Co-Convener Avtar Singh Dhanola Khurd and Acharya Siri Niwas launching a signature drive in Barnala district demanded that Strict laws under Section 295A as well as treason clauses against such anti-social elements to prevent attempts to hurt religious sentiments by disrespecting all religious scriptures of India's great heritage or distorting religious and sacred teachings contained therein.  

Articles 25 to 28 of the Constitution relating to proselytizing, which have been enacted by the Government of Karnataka and 8 other State Governments, should be implemented in Punjab also. He asked all the Punjabis to come forward and give their fullest contribution in the signature drive launched by this front according to their status. Advocates Deepak Jindal, Mahinderpal Garg, Munish Bansal, Hem Raj Verma, Ramesh Kaushal, P.D. Sharma, Ashwani Singla, Neelmani Samadhiya, Nand Kishore, Sehaj Prakash and Sukhdarshan Kumar.  

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