Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Friday targeted the Bharatiya Janata Party over ‘love jihad’ and said that he has coined the term to divide the country and spoil communal harmony.
Marriage is a matter of personal freedom
Gehlot wrote in a tweet about this, ‘The word love jihad is coined by the BJP to divide the country and disturb communal harmony. Marriage is a matter of personal liberty, to enact a law to curb it is completely unconstitutional and it will not survive any court. Jihad has no place in love. This statement of Gehlot has come amid reports that the government of Uttar Pradesh is preparing to enact a strict law regarding ‘Love Jihad’.
Mutual consent of adults at the mercy of state government Will be Dependent
In another tweet about this, Gehlot has written, “They are creating such an environment in the country where the consent of adults will be at the mercy of the state government.” Marriage, marriage is a personal decision and they are putting a check on it, which is the same as stripping of personal freedom. It is contrary to the constitutional provisions not to discriminate on any basis.
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