A South Korean woman and three Uttar Pradesh residents accused under the new ordinance of allegedly trying to entice two Hindu women to convert to Christianity were denied bail by a local court in Gautam Buddha Nagar. The four accused have been in jail since December 20.
South Korean national Minkaygali alias Anmol and Seema, Sandhya and Umesh Kumar of Prayagraj were booked on charges of using enticement to convert people to Christianity. The FIR lodged at the Surajpur police station in Gautam Buddha Nagar on December 19 under the U.P. Prohibition of Unlawful Religious Conversion Ordinance, 2020, also evoked Section 295a of the IPC.
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