When the Siddaramaiah cabinet removed the anti-conversion law, did the BJP say anything? -aabtak24


Karnataka Anti Conversion Law:  Karnataka’s Siddaramaiah cabinet on Thursday (June 15) decided to repeal the anti-conversion law. Meanwhile, the BJP, while targeting the Congress, called it the new Muslim League. 

Senior BJP leader and former Union Minister B.R. Patil asked Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, is this a ‘mohabbat ki dukan’? He said that Chief Minister Siddaramaiah’s ‘anti-Hindu agenda’ has come to the fore. 

What did the BJP say?
BJP national general secretary CT Ravi said the ‘conversion mafia’ in Karnataka has ensured that the anti-conversion law brought by the BJP government is repealed by the anti-Hindu Congress Do it He alleged that the Congress was the new Muslim League and would go to any extent to harm Hindus.

What did the government say? 
According to news agency PTI, Law and Parliamentary Affairs Minister H.K. Patil said after the cabinet meeting, ‘‘The cabinet discussed the anti-conversion bill. We have approved the bill in 2022 to nullify the changes brought by the then (BJP) government. It will be introduced in the session starting July 3.” 

Let us tell you that amidst the opposition of the Congress, the ‘Karnataka Protection of the Right to Freedom of Religion Act (Anti-Conversion Act)’ Was implemented in 2022.  The present Act provides for the protection of the right to freedom of religion as well as prohibition of conversion by force, undue influence, coercion, inducement or fraud.

What decisions were taken in the cabinet?
According to the news agency PTI, apart from this, the cabinet approved the revision of the syllabus of Kannada and social science textbooks from classes six to ten. Under this, chapters focused on RSS founder Keshav Baliram Hedgewar and Hindutva ideologue V.D. Savarkar, among others, have been removed.  Along with this, the cabinet also decided to make daily recitation of the Preamble to the Constitution mandatory in all schools and colleges. 

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