Parliament free to make law against forced religious conversion but courts can't recommend it based on newspaper reports: Delhi High Court

The court said that newspaper reports can't become facts and a strong case is needed to be made for the High Court to make any such recommendation.
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The Delhi High Court, on Monday, remarked that parliament and State legislatures are free to make laws prohibiting forced conversions, but for the court to make any such recommendation, a strong case has to be made.

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