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“While organised events of conversion can incite violence and hatred, the enforcement of a national anti-conversion law, as some advocate, is not the panacea. Besides inflicting greater damage, it would render our rights to freedom of conscience and religion valueless, and derail efforts at achieving a peaceful, democratic society.” In the light of government’s recent efforts to enact a new anti-conversion law, critically comment on the statement. (200 Words)

MAINS SELF STUDY GUIDE: Insights Mock Test – 22 (GS-2)

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Insights Mains Offline Test Series 2015

GENERAL STUDIES – 2

Mock Test – 22                                                                                                         

18 November 2015

  1. “While organised events of conversion can incite violence and hatred, the enforcement of a national anti-conversion law, as some advocate, is not the panacea. Besides inflicting greater damage, it would render our rights to freedom of conscience and religion valueless, and derail efforts at achieving a peaceful, democratic society.” In the light of government’s recent efforts to enact a new anti-conversion law, critically comment on the statement. (200 Words)