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Wednesday, 10 March 2021

Governor approves 8 important bills including Love Jihad introduced in Gandhinagar / Legislative Assembly

CM Shivraj Singh said: Love will work in Madhya Pradesh, but jihad will not happen.







After the Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly passed the Madhya Pradesh Religious Freedom Bill 2021, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh has made a big statement. He said love would run not in jihad but in MPs.


On Tuesday, the second day of a law banning forced or fraudulent change in Madhya Pradesh, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said love could work in the state, but jihad could not be imposed at any cost.








"We have passed the Religious Freedom Bill in the Assembly on Monday," Shivraj Singh Chouhan said in a program. If anyone tries to ruin the lives of daughters through wrong intentions, fear and greed, I will send that person to life imprisonment.



He said that now love can run on the land of Madhya Pradesh, but jihad will not run at any cost.



Significantly, the Madhya Pradesh Religious Freedom Bill 2021 passed by the Legislature provides for a maximum of 10 years imprisonment and a fine of up to Rs one lakh for cheating on marriage.



The Chief Minister also expressed concern over the rising Korona and the more affected Indore district of the state. The British strain virus has recently been found in six people there. Chauhan said the coronavirus infection was widespread in the neighboring state of Maharashtra. Indore, the commercial capital of Madhya Pradesh, is especially associated with Mumbai. So I'm not scaring you. But I'm a little worried. 





The Chief Minister appealed to the people of Indore to wear masks and follow all instructions to prevent further epidemics. "I do not want a situation like lockdown in Indore to be allowed," he said. Chauhan inaugurated Madhav Srishti Chameli Devi Agarwal Medical Center in the highest area of ​​the city. Senior leader of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh Suresh Soni was also present on the occasion.

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