New Delhi, Nov 17: The Home Minister of Madhya Pradesh today said that the government will bring a law against Love Jihad to counter the problem. Home Minister, Narottam Mishra said that the bill could be brought in the next assembly session.
The decision comes just weeks after Karnataka and Haryana said that a law to counter the menace would be bought. Mishra said that cases will be registered under non-bailable sections. The collaborator will also be the culprit like the main accused. He said for voluntary conversion for marriage, it would be mandatory to apply with the collector, a month in advance.
New Delhi, Apr 20: The Centre has constituted 6 inter-ministerial teams to make an assessment of the situation and augmented the efforts of the states in fighting and containing the spread of COVID-19 effectively.
New Delhi, Mar 17: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister has refused to take a floor test claiming that he has a majority. The Governor has directed that a floor test be taken on two occasions, but the same has not been adhered to.
Experts that OneIndia spoke with say that the Governor is well within his right to order a floor test. If the Governor has the required material and believes that a government is in minatory, then a floor test can be ordered.
New Delhi, Dec 11: Was the Madhya Pradesh elections really a cliffhanger? Several news channels barring the regional ones said all day long that the MP elections were too close to call. The leads kept changing and at time it appeared as though the BJP would cross the magic mark comfortably.
Forced conversions would be the key focus of a three day Intelligence Bureau meeting to be held next month. The meeting which will be hosted in January at Tekanpur, Madhya Pradesh would be attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
The Mandsaur incident is a heart rendering one. Politics is being played over it. Rahul Gandhi’s visit to Mandsaur is aimed at politicising the issue, the BJP has said. However what needs to be said here is that there was a similar incident that took place in Madhya Pradesh, 19 years back in which 18 farmers were killed in police firing.
The three persons arrested on charges of religious conversions in Madhya Pradesh have been sent to judicial custody. Three Christians were held from a village in Khandwa district of MP after a villager complained that they were forcibly trying to convert them.
A person with suspected Islamic Sate links was held in Madhya Pradesh by the Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad. The suspect was tracked down on the basis of intelligence inputs after it was found that he had links with some handlers and operatives of the IS in India.