Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut in the present day stated let the Nitish Kumar-led Bihar authorities enact a regulation towards spiritual conversion resulting from marriage or as some time period it “Love Jihad”, then the Maharashtra authorities will examine it and give it some thought.
Talking to reporters in Mumbai, Sanjay Raut stated some key BJP leaders in Maharashtra are searching for a regulation towards “Love Jihad”.
Notably, BJP chief Devendra Fadnavis final week stated incidents of “Love Jihad” had been happening within the nation and due to this fact, legal guidelines to curb the follow had been justified.
Some BJP-ruled states have introduced plans to forestall the so-called “Love Jihad”, which refers to an alleged conspiracy to transform Hindu girls by marrying them.
Sanjay Raut stated the BJP could also be elevating the difficulty in view of the forthcoming Assembly elections in West Bengal.
“Key BJP leaders in Maharashtra are asking when a law against ‘Love Jihad’ will be framed (in the state). I spoke to the Chief Minister (Uddhav Thackeray) in the morning,” the Rajya Sabha member stated.
“On this issue, we only want to say that let the laws be formed in (BJP-ruled) Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh,” he stated.
“But, when a law will be framed in Bihar, when Nitish Kumar ji will frame it, we will study that law in its entirety,” he added.
“After that we will think about it in Maharashtra,” the Shiv Sena’s chief spokesperson stated.
Nitish Kumar, whose occasion JD(U) secured solely 43 seats within the not too long ago held Bihar Assembly polls as towards the ally BJP which bagged 74 seats, is main the state authorities.
In the run-up to the Bihar Assembly election, the BJP introduced that Nitish Kumar could be the Chief Minister.
Without naming the BJP, Sanjay Raut stated the financial slowdown, unemployment and worth rise are key points, however “let them flag the ‘Love Jihad’ issue if they think it is more important”.
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