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Fresh controversy over religious conversion is diversionary. India has real challenges to attend to

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Fresh controversy over religious conversion is unwarranted and diversionary. Supreme Court and RSS must realize that India doesn’t need imaginary challenges when there are numerous real ones- delayed justice, to name one. States have laws to deal with forced conversions. Calling it a threat to national security is its trivialization.

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