Strict law will be made against Love Jihad in UP, Home Department sent proposal to Law Department

Strict law will be made against Love Jihad in UP, Home Department sent proposal to Law Department

Lucknow: The issue of love jihad has been in the news these days in the country. On the lines of Madhya Pradesh, the Yogi government is also preparing to enact a strict law on love jihad. In this regard, the UP Home Department has sent a proposal to the Department of Justice and Law. Case will be registered in non-bailable sections and if found guilty, there will be a strict sentence of 5 years. The Law Department is reviewing the proposal. Actually, the High Court had ordered that conversion to marriage is not right, it should not be recognized. Speaking on this, UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had said to take strong action on Love Jihad while speaking at the by-election rally. Yogi said that the UP government is deciding that a law will be made that no one can secretly play with sister daughters by hiding their name and caste. Ram of those who do this will be true.

Chief of the Law Commission of UP, Aditya Nath Mittal said that the Indian Constitution has given religious freedom, but some agencies are misusing it. They lure people of marriage, jobs and lifestyle to convert. We had submitted the draft on this issue in 2019 itself. Three changes have been made in it so far. In the last change, we have added the provision of punishment.

According to the draft, those who cooperate in cases like Love Jihad will also be made the main accused and will be punished if found guilty. There is a provision of punishment for those who convert for marriage. If someone wants to change the religion for marriage of his / her choice, then he / she has to give the application to the collector a month in advance. This application will be mandatory.


Kisan agitation: Chakka jam in many districts of UP, movement will continue on Saturday-Sunday

Kisan agitation: Chakka jam in many districts of UP, movement will continue on Saturday-Sunday

Lucknow / Baghpat. Uttar Pradesh farmers demand union government to withdraw three new agricultural lawsChakka jam and protests erupted in many districts of the district. In Lucknow, the Indian Farmers Union had prepared the Chakka jam on Ahimau-Sultanpur road, but it was not possible due to administrative quickness. The farmers have announced to continue the movement tomorrow and the day after also. State Farm Vice President of Indian Farmers Union Harnam Singh Verma claimed to have been arrested by 77 farmers, but police say they were released from custody. State Farm Vice President of Bharatiya Kisan Union Harnam Singh Verma said on Friday that the police laid siege to my village Naubasta Kala and surrounded the Kisan Bhavan to weaken our movement from the night. He told that on Friday morning the farmers went out to jam the Ahimamau-Sultanpur road as per the schedule. But we were stopped by the police on Deva Road and everyone was taken to Eco Garden. Claiming that 77 farmers have been arrested, the state Deputy Chairman said that our movement is not going to stop. He said that on Sunday, hundreds of farmers would go on a dharna in Delhi from the tractor-tally. He said that farmers want a law for minimum support price but the government is imposing anti-farmer legislation. According to the police, at four or five different places in Lucknow, the farmers tried to protest but they were later released from custody.


When asked in this context, Joint Commissioner of Police of Lucknow Naveen Arora said that the farmers had gathered for the protests at a total of five places including Ahimamau, Chinhat, and Mohanlalganj, but they were persuaded by eco-gardens to protest. Has been sent. He said that the total number of farmers would have been around 250, in which no one has been arrested. Arora said that in Mohanlalganj, some farmers had demonstrated in a separate case and their memorandum has also been taken. Additional Director General of Police Law and Order Prashant Kumar said that in view of the farmers' warning, extensive preparations have been made in view of law and order in the entire state. There, According to the news from Baghpat, the Bharatiya Kisan Union blocked the Sonepat Highway on Friday at Niwada Bridge in Baghpat district in protest against withdrawal of agricultural laws and lathi charge on farmers. Expressing outrage over the lathi charge made against farmers in Punjab and Haryana, Bhakyu announced the jam in various districts of western Uttar Pradesh. At the same time, the police changed the route due to the jamming of Bhakiyu. Superintendent of Police of Baghpat Abhishek Singh said that the Niwada bridge in Baghpat district is the border of Haryana and Uttar Pradesh. Here magistrates are present to deal with any kind of unpleasant situation and a large number of police force has been deployed. Along with this, police contact is maintained with local farmer leaders. Seeing the jam of Bhakiyu, the police diverted the route. Superintendent of Police of Baghpat Abhishek Singh said that the Niwada bridge in Baghpat district is the border of Haryana and Uttar Pradesh. Here magistrates are present to deal with any kind of unpleasant situation and a large number of police force has been deployed. Along with this, police contact is maintained with local farmer leaders. Seeing the jam of Bhakiyu, the police diverted the route. Superintendent of Police of Baghpat Abhishek Singh said that the Niwada Bridge in Baghpat district is the border of Haryana and Uttar Pradesh. Here magistrates are present to deal with any kind of unpleasant situation and a large number of police force has been deployed. Along with this, police contact is maintained with local farmer leaders. 

According to reports received from Jalaun, Lalitpur, Jhansi in Bundelkhand, farmers also demonstrated there. Protesting the agriculture laws of the central government, farmers of Jalaun district blocked the Jhansi-Mirzapur National Highway on Friday afternoon. However, after some time, the jam has also opened. Public Relations Officer (PRO) of Jalaun District Superintendent of Police Yashveer Singh said that in protest against the Agriculture Act, around 50-60 farmers had tried to disrupt traffic by blocking the Jhansi-Mirzapur National Highway on Friday afternoon. Which was understood by the officials and opened. According to the news from Banda, the national president of the Bundelkhand Farmers Union, Vimal Kumar Sharma said on Friday that against the agricultural laws implemented by the central government and in support of the agitating farmers of Haryana, the farmers of Bundelkhand will take to the road on Saturday and from Banda to Jhansi Jhansi-Mirzapur will block the national highway. Sharma on Friday termed the Central Government's agricultural laws as a black law, and told PTI on Friday that the farmers of Haryana are traveling to Delhi to give their voice in a peaceful manner, their organization Bundelkhand Kisan Union from Chitrakoot district of Bundelkhand to Banda, Mahoba, Hamirpur, Orai-Jalaun, Jhansi and Lalitpur will block the Jhansi-Mirzapur National Highway to the last border. He said that instructions have been issued today for this to all district units. The Jhansi-Mirzapur National Highway will be blocked till the last border of Jhansi and Lalitpur district. He said that instructions have been issued today for this to all district units. The Jhansi-Mirzapur National Highway will be blocked till the last border of Jhansi and Lalitpur district. He said that instructions have been issued today for this to all district units. The Jhansi-Mirzapur National Highway will be blocked till the last border of Jhansi and Lalitpur district. He said that instructions have been issued today for this to all district units. The Jhansi-Mirzapur National Highway will be blocked till the last border of Jhansi and Lalitpur district. He said that instructions have been issued today for this to all district units. 

According to the news from Jhansi, the farmers of Azamoranipur and Moth tehsil region demonstrated at Mandi Parishad and major intersections regarding withdrawal of all the three anti-farmer laws and local problems and also gave a memorandum to the Prime Minister in which he would be considered as a demand There has been a warning to make even more fierce movements. A group of hundreds of farmers gathered in Mandi Parishad under the leadership of Kamlesh Lumberdar, District President of the Bharatiya Kisan Union in Mauranipur, Tehsil of Jhansi, and the government's anti-farmer, All three protested, demanding the withdrawal of the law. The farmers' movement lasted for about 2 hours. During one such demonstration, farmers of Mouth Tehsil area of ​​Jhansi district gathered near Mandi Parishad under the leadership of their leader Surjit Rajput and they have demanded withdrawal of anti-farmer laws, protesting the low price of paddy. The farmers of the Moth region say that the rice of 1509, 1819 and 1121 which is of Basmati variety is produced, yet they are being given a lower price. As soon as the information of the uproar was received, Garutha area MLA BJP leader Jawahar Rajput also reached the spot and after talking to the district officer, tried to solve the problems of the farmers. During this demonstration which lasted about 3 hours, hundreds of tractor-ridden farmers have also demanded that their crops be given sufficient origin. They are being given lower prices. As soon as the information of the uproar was received, Garutha area MLA BJP leader Jawahar Rajput also reached the spot and tried to solve the problems of the farmers by talking to the district officer. During this demonstration which lasted about 3 hours, hundreds of tractor-ridden farmers have also demanded that their crops be given sufficient origin. They are being given lower prices. As soon as the information of the uproar was received, Garutha area MLA BJP leader Jawahar Rajput also reached the spot and after talking to the district officer, tried to solve the problems of the farmers. During this demonstration which lasted about 3 hours, hundreds of tractor-ridden farmers have also demanded that their crops be given sufficient origin.