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Relief to Yogi Govt; Allahabad HC announces its decision on Love Jihad Ordinance

Yogi government of UP has got a big relief. In fact, the court has currently refused to impose an interim stay on the Love Jihad ordinance.

Yogita S.

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Published on 18 Dec 2020 9:25 AM GMT

Relief to Yogi Govt; Allahabad HC announces its decision on Love Jihad Ordinance
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Lucknow: On behalf of Allahabad High Court, the Yogi government of UP has got a big relief. In fact, the court has currently refused to impose an interim stay on the Love Jihad ordinance. Apart from this, the High Court has sought a detailed reply from the state government in this matter.

The government will have to reply to the High Court by 4 January. After this, the petitioners will have to file an affidavit on the 6th. The court will next hear the matter on January 7.

Demands in the petition:

This order has been given by the Division Bench headed by the Chief Justice while hearing the PILs filed in the case. Let me tell you that four different applications were filed against this ordinance. The petitions have demanded the cancellation of the ordinance as unnecessary.

At the same time, the government has been accused of taking political advantage. At the same time, the petitioners had also demanded that the arrest of the accused should not be done in all the cases registered under this law so far, but the court has also rejected this demand.

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At the same time, the government has said the ordinance is necessary, keeping its stand. The government says that ordinance has become very necessary to maintain law and order in the state.

The government said that the law and order was deteriorating after the increasing cases of conversion in the state, so this ordinance was brought. Now the court has sought a detailed reply from the state government till January 4. The petitioners will then have to file an affidavit by six dates. The court will next hear the case on January 7.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

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