Legislature Committee recommends taking appropriate action against forced conversions

Bangalore: The Legislature’s Backward Classes and Minorities Welfare Committee has recommended action to be taken against forced conversions. The Legislature Backward Classes and Minorities Welfare Committee presented its third report in the Legislative Assembly on Wednesday.

In the report, the committee has recommended to take appropriate action regarding forced conversion and recommended necessary action in case of complaint about forced conversion. Besides, it should be ensured that the churches which are running legally are not disturbed. The report mentions the details of rioting on the authorities without giving information about the unauthorized Christian missionaries.
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More funding should be given for the development of areas where minorities live. Wakf Board should constitute a task force for preservation of Wakf property. Thousands of crores of Rs. The Waqf property should be phased so that no one can share it. It suggested that encroached waqf properties in Bangalore city and rural areas should be taken back.

Account change process of waqf property should be done on priority basis. The report mentions that the grants given through the Directorate of Minorities should not be cut. There are 15 members in this committee headed by MLA Kumara Bangarappa. MLA Goolihatti Shekhar, who expressed outrage in the House about conversion, is also a member of this committee.