Religious fanatics found guilty would be imprisoned for 10 years
Ahmedabad (Gujarat) – The anti-Love Jihad Act passed in the budget session of the Gujarat Assembly was also approved by the Governor Acharya Devvrat. The implementation of this Act will begin from 15th June. Forcible conversion, conversion through allurement and conversion by marriage will be considered an offence. The guilty will be punished for 10 years of imprisonment. Conversion by marriage and hiding the religion for it will be punished with the imprisonment of 5 years and a fine of Rs. 2 lakh. If the contravention of the Act is with respect to a minor the person contravening will be punished for 7 years of imprisonment and a fine of Rs. 3 lakh.
Anti-love jihad law to come into force from June 15: Gujarat CM Vijay Rupani https://t.co/t6CyWYRDOi
— TOI Ahmedabad (@TOIAhmedabad) June 5, 2021