#Bengaluru: The BJP MLA alleged that forcible conversion was taking place in a certain area of Chitradurga district in Karnataka. The local administration was asked to submit a report on that, but the report of the local administration shows that the demand of the BJP MLA has no meaning. But within days of the BJP MLA going against his wishes, the administration transferred the tehsildar. Although the administration has referred to the incident as a routine transfer, many have said that the transfer of a government official was done to match the tune of the BJP MLA.
Y Thippeswamy, tehsildar of Hasadurg in Chitradurga area, submitted a report on the incident on December 1. He mentioned that there was no such thing as forced conversion in the district. But a few days ago, BJP MLA Golihatti Shekhar made another complaint. He alleged that Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Adivasis were being converted. Forcibly. But the report found that the allegations were not true.
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However, the government has not transferred any official report for the report. This is a regular transfer. Specific rules have been obeyed. He has been working in the same office for the last two years. There is no connection between the report of his conversion and the transfer.
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According to sources, the government official has been feeling sick for the last few weeks. His transfer order has been given by showing the reason in the pen. However, he has not been given any other post yet. However, the district administration has so far accepted the report of the government official. On the contrary, the MLA said, the report is meaningless and false. It is pertinent to mention that the state government is going to pass anti-conversion laws in Karnataka like Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh. The report will be discussed in detail in the Karnataka Legislative Assembly next week.
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