anti conversion law

In recent years, India has seen a surge in anti-conversion laws, despite constitutional and international commitments to religious freedom. These laws aim to restrict religious conversion, often targeting minority groups and limiting their ability to publicly express their faith. This trend reflects a broader atmosphere of intolerance towards religious minorities, fuelled by political rhetoric promoting majoritarian anxieties. Ultimately, these laws undermine the fundamental right to religious belief and conscience.

In this brief study, we will discuss the idea of Anti- Conversion Law, its legislation and implementation in India and the ways in which it works to constrain the freedom of conscience and religious belief.

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