Black Magic act is not anti religious: CM Chavan
The state government is all set to pass the black magic bill in the winter session. Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan had a conversation with the members of both the houses, social activists and the representatives of Warkaris
Nagpur: The state government is all set to pass the black magic bill in the winter session. Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan had a conversation with the members of both the houses, social activists and the representatives of Warkaris.
Here Chavan said that the bill is not against any religion but it restrained the ill practices and rituals.
A meeting was held at the conference hall with members of both the houses so as to discuss and rectify their reservations at the bill. Chavan also said that the bill would be passed considering various views.
The chief minister said, “Bad rituals like human sacrifice are still practiced in the society. Many people cheat in the name of black magic. The miscreants hurt the victims’ bodies. Such practices are not a matter of proud for the state. The bill should be passed to curb all such ill practices in the society”
He further said that the act is not against any particular religion or the act would not bar a person to follow particular religious practice.
He assured that if anyone had any doubts regarding the act, they would be resolved.
Vinod Tawde who is Opposition leader in the Vidhan Parishad notified that a meeting should be organized of all the key leaders of all major political parties so as to rectify their consents on the bill.
Chavan told that such meeting would be arranged in the next two days.
He also asked the members of the house those who had any queries or wanted to give suggestions should give them in written and he assured that they would be taken to consideration.
The chief minister voiced his stand again over passing the bill and said that the bill should be passed unanimously and expected co-operation from all the members.