Jaora (Ratlam district, Madhya Pradesh): Members of Hindu Jagran Manch from Jaora tehsil on Wednesday submitted a memorandum to tehsildar demanding immediate implementation of law to punish those who are guilty of forcing marriage and religious conversion.
Recalling Jammu and Kashmir incident where two Sikh women were allegedly forced to convert to Islam and married, Manch president Balwant Singh Dewara and general secretary Kishan Bairagi demanded stern law to curb “such illegal activities in the country.”
They said President's rule is in force in union territory but jihadists do not have slightest fear. People with such jihadi mentality want to ruin Hindus by intimidating through various means in defiance of Indian Constitution and law, Dewara said.
“In past, Kashmiri Pandits had also left valley due to similar incidents and today they are forced to live in refugee camps. Now, those jihadi terrorists are doing such acts to fulfil their intentions,” he added.