AICC flays anti-conversion bill in Rajasthan.


Jaipur: March 27. (IANS) The All India Christian Council has strongly condemned the Rajasthan government to come out with an anti-conversion bill. The proposed law would deny dalits and tribals their basic rights to choose their religion, the body said in a statement. `The move is not just mischievous but downright unconstitutional. The right to follow or change one`s faith can never be unlawful. `Should the bill be passed, it will be the stick used to harass minorities in a state where they already feel insecure. It isn`t hard to imagine what such a law in the hands of prejudiced government officials and law keepers can do to make lives of minorities unbearable`, the statement said. Genuine conversions have become controversial only because of the opposition of the `saffron brigade` as they fear the emancipation of the marginalised people could affect their vote banks, the council alleged.

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