According to the Constitution of India, the identification of kids is their elementary proper. Therefore, altering the non secular identification of disadvantaged youngsters is against the law
National Commission for Protection of Child Rights has launched a marketing campaign to cease youngster conversion in India. The NCPCR chief Priyank Kanoongo, who shared the small print himself on Twitter has requested individuals to contact him straightaway in the event that they witness such instances of spiritual conversion amongst youngsters.
According to the Constitution of India and #UNCRC the identification of kids is their elementary proper. Therefore, altering the non secular identification of disadvantaged youngsters is against the law. It is the duty of NCPCR to punish criminals who achieve this by way of deception. Make a criticism about such a matter and do it on to me, wrote Kanoongo on Twitter.
भारत के संविधान एवं #UNCRC के अनुसार बच्चों की पहचान उनका मूल अधिकार है,इसलिए वंचित बच्चों की धार्मिक पहचान बदलना अपराध है।
धोखे से #धर्मांतरण के माध्यम से ऐसा करने वाले अपराधियों को सज़ा दिलवाना @NCPCR_ का काम है।
ऐसे मामले की शिकायत अवश्य करें,सीधे मुझे करें
— प्रियंक कानूनगो Priyank Kanoongo (@KanoongoPriyank) April 23, 2022
Incidents of forceful non secular conversion amongst youngsters in not an unusual phenomenon, with tales of such instances are being reported intermittently. In Uttar Pradesh, in current occasions, two individuals had been arrested for allegedly being concerned in organising mass conversion of non-Muslim individuals to Islam which additionally embrace youngsters. When arrested, the 2 culprits admitted that they’ve transformed 1000 individuals together with deaf and mute youngsters to Muslims. People who’re weak and who belong to the poor sections of the society are sometimes allured with jobs, cash to transform.
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