Sign the Petition – Abolishment of Anti Conversion Law in India

Abolishment of Anti Conversion Law in India

Freedom of religion in India is a fundamental right guaranteed by Article 15 and Article 25 of the Constitution of India.

Article 15(1) in The Constitution of India 1949

  • The State shall not discriminate against any citizen on grounds only of religion, race, caste, sex, place of birth or any of them

 Article 25(1) in The Constitution of India 1949

  • Subject to public order, morality and health and to the other provisions of this Part, all persons are equally entitled to freedom of conscience and the right freely to profess, practice and propagate religion.

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So far, 7 Indian states – Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Himachal Pradesh, Gujarat, Arunachal Pradesh, Odisha and Jharkhand, have officially passed the Anti-Conversion law. Uttarakhand is the 8th State that has passed this draconian bill TODAY!!

Church / Readers, freedom of religion is our Constitutional right. By clicking on the link, your signature and support could make this a reality as you are asking the Prime Minister to abolish this draconian law across India. It is the responsibility of every Christian to sign this petition and make our voices count, as it will adversely affect you and your children’s generation, either directly or indirectly.

Thank you



25 thoughts on “Sign the Petition – Abolishment of Anti Conversion Law in India”

  1. This law is a tool used by other anti-social people to haress Christian churches – this should not be enforced

  2. I sign this petition because an individual’s faith is a matter of his/her choice. And any man should be free to make a choice in the matter of faith.

    Also, it utterly false that there are forced conversions by Church. There is no forcing or luring into converting into Christianity.

  3. Don’t disturb Christian and the places where we conduct worship service. We want freedom to worship as we are living a land of democracy. So vandalizers who vandalizers the church should be charged and here after no problem should happen.

  4. India is a democratic country.Right to Religion is a fundamental right and we are all born citizens of India.Christianity is not a foreign religion according to all fanatics in India.Christianity was,is and will always be in India.As citizen of INDIA it is my fundamental right to have a peaceful place to worship

  5. A government that does not protect all it’s people from different backgrounds or religions cannot be be sustained. Please stop persecuting Christians in our country.

  6. Democracy allows freedom of expression and freedom of worship. Anything that is against this needs to be revisited..

  7. This Law is not only anti Christian but also anti constitution.
    It will destroy the Peaceful social environment of Our nation.
    One Nation One Religion is IMPOSSIBLE in India.
    India is the Home of all communities.

  8. Every citizen has the right to follow his or her own religion… No one is forcing anyone to follow particular religion and those who are getting converted to other religions are not milk feeding that they don’t realize about their actions… So be happy and rather than focusing on these baseless things, there are many other things around to be more focused on…

  9. Our relationship with God is between us and God, not us and government. Glad I don’t live in this country anymore.

  10. I sincerely appeal and support the cause of Fundamental rights enshrined in the Constitution of India for the Freedom of expression, be it social, religious, cultural and national integrity to name a few. Why should Christianity and Christians be banned that Fundamental Right When Christians do not question or try to exert such demands on any one who chooses to follow one’s belief or conscience embracing any other religion than the one born with?

  11. India is a democratic country according to the constitution we have the religious freedom. Only dictators try to impose such rules.

  12. Fundamental right for everyone is been part of a civil and developing society. Discriminating one religion is the begining of antisemitism but also uncontitutional and ilegal.

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