SC notifies the Center of a request for guidance to limit religious conversion

The Supreme Court issued a notice to the Centre on Friday, requesting stricter measures to prevent deceptive and deceptive religious conversion . The case was scheduled to be heard by the apex court on November 14th .

New Delhi (India), September 23: The Supreme Court issued a notice to the Centre on Friday, requesting stricter measures to prevent deceptive and deceptive religious conversion, according to Justices MR Shah and Krishna Murari of the Union Ministries of Law and Justice and Home Affairs.The case was scheduled to be heard by the apex court on November 14th, where it was hearing a pleading by advocate Ashwini Kumar Upadhyay arguing that Islamic conversion is widespread across the region and that the central government has failed to combat its menace.The request was for instructions from the Indian Law Commission to prepare a study and a bill to monitor deceitful religious conversion, according to the PIL.It also requested a resolution from the Court that deceitful religious conversion and conversion by deception, menace, and through gifts and financial compensation violate Articles 14, 21 and 25 of the Indian Constitution.

It added that the Center was therefore compelled to pass a national legislation on the same.The apex court had dismissed a similar complaint brought by Upadhyay earlier today.