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SC Rejects Objections to Maintainability of PIL Against Forced Religious Conversion - (06 Dec 2022)

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Supreme Court while rejecting objections to maintainability of PIL against forced religious conversion has held that alluring people to convert to other religions by offering medicines and food grains is a very serious issue and although every charity is welcome, the intention has to be checked.

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