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Conversion of religion

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Today’s question is a serious problem of our democratic society, possibly with the constitutional solution to this question, many loud voices of the country can also be muted. Among the rights derived from our constitution, adult love marriage is considered valid. Under this constitutional rule, any adult man-woman of any religion can perform a registered marriage according to the rules. The society has also gained some bitter experiences from this constitutional rule, in which some love marriages have broken up soon. Because of this, the then religious conversion of a woman becomes a problem for her. Therefore, the society should ponder over this problem, so that the daughters of the nation can get extra security. Our society is developing, feeling the phase of change, if the policy makers of the society also notice this problem, then it can be changed immediately, along with the mental chaos that spreads on this subject can also be disbanded from the society. There is a trend in our society to accept husband religion after marriage. After every marriage, a woman’s conversion of religion takes place through some simple legal documents, but in love marriage, these situations are different. The society has experienced many problems after marriage due to lack of consent of both the parents in most of the cases of love marriage. Even many young couples have divorced soon. Does not such a conversion of religion become a mental tragedy for the daughter of the nation? Does it seem legitimate to society to apply the then rules like conversion of religion? Is the simplicity of law correct on such an important subject? Doesn’t society need a rigid legal system for such an important issue? Why is conversion taking place with just one affidavit? Why is there no strict legal system available in society? Shouldn’t the society think deeply about the system of immediate conversion in love marriage? If legal recognition for conversion to religion is given by the society after a few years of marriage, then additional security can be added in the lives of many daughters of the country. Is the present society willing to do justice to the future of its daughters? With this, a further question arises that should the constitutional mandate to change one’s birth-religion be simple?  With all these burning questions, Today’s question (Aaj ka prashn)  seems to be necessary to motivate the inclusion of amendments in the developmental depiction of democratic background that,

Q.50:

Should the constitutional mandate to change one’s birth-religion be simple? OR Should the conversion be a few years after the marriage?

    If you agree with the question, why and what should be the changes? If you disagree then why?

    Think, and write your opinion in limited words for the change in the nation and your society or do express your views by pressing the button of “agree and disagree”.

Intention:

    Even today, love marriage remains a controversial topic in our society. The main part of this burning problem of the society comes only on the daughters of the country. The society has realized that in the early stages of love marriage, a lot of ideological parity has been found on both sides. Because of this, many times such a situation has arisen in front of the daughters of the country after marriage that “she fell between two stools”. Therefore, the society has to find a solution on this subject, so that this serious problem spread in the society will be stopped. Should society not strive for additional protection of the daughters of the country on this subject? Don’t these steps seem right for the extra protection of the daughters of the country?

    It has often been seen that many sons and daughters of the country are getting married in love bondage as soon as they reach the threshold of their adulthood. These decisions of young life in the society have been found demanding change sometimes in their near future, in such a situation only the rule of the constitution can protect the daughter of the country and the current law of the country is also protecting them, But conversion to religion has emerged as an important problem. Why important decisions like conversion of religion are being accepted only on a simple document like an affidavit? Shouldn’t this statutory rule change? Why doesn’t society seem to need a judge’s stamp & signature on a love marriage that converts one’s religion? We have to think…. We have to write…. We have to change….!!!

    Should not the courts of society contribute to important decisions like conversion? Shouldn’t conversion be recognized under the supervision of a judge? When the constitution gives time to a couple to think of 6 months for their divorce, how can an important decision like conversion be accepted on an affidavit? If the contribution of the court and the judge in this subject becomes available in the society, then it is very possible that the conflicts that occur in the society in the name of conversion will also be eliminated and the shops of those who have made it a profession, will also be closed. Hence, today’s question : Should the constitutional mandate to change one’s birth-religion be simple? OR Should the conversion be a few years after the marriage? Is presented with all the respect to public table for discussion. Jay Hind !!! Jay Bharat !!!

Request:

    Your views or suggestions may be useful on this issue. Please write down your views or suggestion in the comment box of the blogs or cast your vote. Your views/suggestions are forwarded to the high constitutional authorities of the nation. It might be that government may implement it by taking in consideration. With such hope, put your views. Thanking you.

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