Anti-Conversion Law: Minister says no data on forced conversion in K'katext_fields
Bengaluru: Karnataka Home Minister Araga Jnanendra has reportedly accused Christians of their part of fault for a series of attacks targeting them in Karnataka, stating that no more attacks will be there if they stop forced conversion.
Talking to NDTV in the wake of the passage of the anti-conversion bill in the state assembly, Jnanendra blamed Christians too for the attacks by right groups saying both sides are responsible for the unrest.
Despite the case, no one has the right to take law into their hands as there is a state system to deal with it, Jnanendra added.
Meanwhile, he admitted that the proposal for the making of anti-conversion law was not based on registered cases against forced conversion but on the basis of allegations.
Earlier today, the "Karnataka Protection of Right to Freedom of Religion Bill, 2021", popularly known as "Anti-conversion Bill", was passed in the assembly on Thursday amid vociferous protests by the Congress, who called it "anti-people", "inhuman", "anti-constitutional", "anti-poor" and "draconian".