Anti Conversion Bill for Karnataka – What it is and how it will be passed

Karnataka Government to introduce the Anti Conversion Bill by winter session of the Assembly, on Sunday (12 December 2021) Karnataka’s CM has given a that The draft will be approved by the state cabinet and may be tabled in the winter session of the assembly. In this we will discuss this Anti Conversion Bill, to know all about the Anti Conversion Bill For Karnataka keep reading this article.

Anti Conversion Bill For Karnataka

The winter session of the Karnataka assembly has started on Monday (14 December 2021), but the Anti Conversion Bill For Karnataka has not tabled yet, it may be tabled upcoming day, that bill that Karnataka Government is going to instruction in the winter may have a penal provisions and also have insist the person who wish to change his/her religion have to give an application before the Deputy Commissioner before two months.

Anti Conversion Bill For Karnataka

It may also happen that the person who wishes to change their religious faith has to give up all the reservation benefits of that past believing religion, but he will get the reservation benefits per his new religious faith. On Sunday (12 December 2021) it was also stated by Karnataka’s Chief Minister that the bill that is going to be introduced in assembly is not aimed to target any specific community.

Country India
State Karnataka
Bill Anti Conversion Bill
To be introduced by Winters session of Assembly
Will be introduced by Karnataka CM (Basavaraj Bommai)

He has also stated that we are going to table the Anti Conversion Bill with proper framework of law, of course there is article 25 in the constitution which says that no forced conversions can be done, but there is penal provision.

Karnataka Anti Conversion Bill 2021

Karnataka Government has said there will be a penalty provision for the forced conversions, whoever will try to convert one’s religious faith forcely with will be punished under the law.

On Monday (13 December 201) Karnataka Chief Minister “Basavaraj Bommai” has stated that the Anti Conversion Bill is now before the law department scrutiny committee, it will be introduced in legislative assembly and council after getting cleared.

Opposing Of Karnataka Conversion Bill

Bharatiya Janata Party led government of Karnataka is to push the Anti Conversion Bill, but the opposition party such as minority communities has opposed the Bill.

D.K. Shiva Kumar who is the chief of Karnataka Pradesh Congress committee has been saying that “The Bill is anti-Minority”.

D.K Shiva Kumar has said to a reporter that there is already a law for those who try to convert one’s religion forcely, then why is the new law needed?

What is an Anti Conversion Bill?

An anti Conversion bill a bill or draft will be can be introduced by Government Of Karnataka in the ongoing Winner session of Karnataka Legislative Assembly, it is a bill against the forced conversions of religion, when the bill will introduced in legislative assembly and debate will done on it, some MLAs can oppose and some can push to be a law.

If the Anti Conversion Bill For Karnataka passes then it will come into effect as law, after being the law, culprits will be punished for the forced conversions.

As I mentioned, the law has another side too, whoever wishes to change his/her religious belief has to give an application to the Deputy Commissioner before two months.

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3 thoughts on “Anti Conversion Bill for Karnataka – What it is and how it will be passed”

  1. If I understand the topic, it means present freedom to change my religion to the one I chose from the one I have now should be free from any external pressure of what so ever nature and of entirely of my own choice, if at a later date it is found that I have changed my religion to a new one under any pressure it will be punishable under anti religious conversion law.
    This seems quite in order to me .

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  2. Yes forcible convertion is not to be encouraged. If one wants to convert to another religion willfully should be allowed on the basis of human rights.
    Every human should be given complete freedom to choose his religion. Forcing conversion should be made punishable and it is ideal.
    It has to be viewed in both angles. Person wishes to get converted should not be victimised by delaying in giving permission or illegal way of harrassment demanding bribes etc. for quicker disposal. This will only lead to more corruption and inhumane.
    If the Government is sure of bringing unbiased justice to every citizen irrespective of religion passing the bill is not an issue at all.

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  3. If a person recently belonging to the community which comes under open catagory convert himself to the religion belonging to reserve catagory will he get the reservation as per law. Pls comment

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