Maulana Mahmood Madani lends support to Haryana’s anti-conversion law

Maulana Mahmood Madani, the Chief of Jamiat Ulema Hind, has argued that changing one’s faith in order to get married is wrong and should not be done in the midst of the growing controversy regarding forced religious conversion in the nation and the purported Love Jihad.

Additionally, he was in favour of the Haryana anti-conversion law, which prohibits conversions for marital purposes alone.

While arguing against the Haryana anti-conversion law, Madani stated that one should not change their religion solely for marriage.

“Adopting a religion comes from the heart; I adopt something when I feel it is correct. To be married, one should not change their religion,” he said.

The practise of changing one’s faith in order to get married is now prohibited in Haryana by law. The rule forbidding religious conversion was approved by the Haryana governor on Tuesday. “No man or woman in Haryana will convert to another religion for a spouse” in such a circumstance.

A notice in this regard has also been released by the government of Haryana.

Via: Muslim Mirror



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