“Presence of Religion Convertor Not Mandatory” Allahabad High Court Denies Bail in Alleged Religious Conversion Case

In a significant ruling on July 9, 2024, the Allahabad High Court rejected the bail application of Shriniwas Rav Nayak, an accused in a case involving alleged unlawful religious conversion in Uttar Pradesh. The judgment, delivered by Justice Rohit Ranjan Agarwal, addresses crucial legal issues surrounding religious freedom and conversion laws in India. Case Background

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