Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut on Saturday endorsed the anti-conversion ordinance against the alleged love jihad brought by the Madhya Pradesh BJP government, saying it would help victims of fraudulent marriages. Kangana, who is often in the news due to her controversial posts on social media, supported public executions in countries like Saudi Arabia to curb crimes like gang rape.
Madhya Pradesh Governor Anandiben Patel on Saturday approved an ordinance of the state government, which provides for punishment for conversion through fraud. In this, those who fraudulently convert for marriage will be punished with imprisonment for ten years.
Ranaut told reporters here that this is a very good law. Many people have faced problems. This law has been made for such people. Ranaut, who came here to shoot a film, said in response to a question that the government has finally taken this very good step.
When asked about the increasing cases of rape in the country, the actress said that the hearing of such cases goes on for a long time and the victims have to get upset in the process. In such a case, the burden of proving charges against the accused is also on the victim. He said that in this long legal process, more than half of the accused are acquitted.
Ranaut citing the example of many countries like Saudi said, “There the guilty are hanged at public squares. Even here, till we do not do five or six such instances, then such crimes will not stop because people here commit crimes easily.
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