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Correct Option is Forceful Religious conversions are not prohibited in India

Forceful conversions are illegal in India In Stanislaus Vs Govt. of Madhya Pradesh case An interpretation of Article 25 was needed to decide the case. Article 25 guarantees the freedom of conscience and the right to freely profess, practice and propagate one’s religion. There are two different versions of interpretations of this provision as follows: Article 25 guarantees freedom of conscience to every citizen not merely to followers of a particular religion, which means there is no fundamental right to convert another person to one’s own religion because, if a person purposefully understates the conversion of another person it would impinge the freedom of conscience guaranteed to all citizens.

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