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Uttar Pradesh: First case under anti-conversion law registered in Bareilly district

DNA Sunday, 29 November 2020
The new law mandates a jail term of the accused between one to five years, with Rs 15,000 penalty, if convicted for carrying out forceful conversions.
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News video: Day after promulgating 'Love Jihad' ordinance, Bareilly man booked for forcible conversion

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A day after the Uttar Pradesh government promulgated Prohibition of Unlawful Conversion of Religion Ordinance, 2020, a case has been registered under the ordinance at Deorania Police station in Bareilly against a man, who is accused of forcibly converting a girl. This ordinance makes unlawful...

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12-yr-old girl disappears in UP’s Bulandshahr, body found in pit after 5 days [Video]

12-yr-old girl disappears in UP’s Bulandshahr, body found in pit after 5 days

The body of a 12-year-old girl was found buried in a pit in Uttar Pradesh’s Bulandshahr district. The body was found near a house of a villager five days after the girl went missing. The villager’s son who is the prime suspect is absconding. “The girl was having a meal with her mother and sisters in a field on February 25. The girl had gone looking for water to a nearby house and never returned,” said Bulandshahr Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) SK Singh. According to the police, a man was living in the house with his father, where the girl had gone looking for water. The father has been arrested and police are still looking for the boy. Watch the full video for more.

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Minor girl's body found in pit in UP's Bulandshahr six days after disappearance

The girl's family has said that she was kidnapped and raped, after which she was killed and her body was buried in a pit.
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Body of girl excavated from pit in UP's Bulandshahr [Video]

Body of girl excavated from pit in UP's Bulandshahr

The body of a girl was excavated from a pit in a village in Anupshahr in UP's Bulandshahr district on March 02. Her missing complaint was lodged on February 28 by the family members. While speaking to media on March 02, Bulandshahr SSP Santosh Kumar Singh said, "The body of a girl excavated from a pit today in a village in Anupshahr. The missing complaint was lodged on February 28. She was having a meal with her mother and sisters in a field. The girl had gone looking for water to a nearby house and never returned." "Her sister went looking for her in vain. A boy lived in the house with his father, where the girl had gone looking for water. We are looking for the boy and have arrested his father," he added.

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