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NCW chief claims ‘rise in love jihad’ in Maharashtra, but gives no data

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NCW chief discusses rising 'love jihad' cases in Maharashtra | Oneindia News 01:16

The chief of the National Commission for Women Rekha Sharma recently met the Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari to discuss the rise in love jihad cases and women's safety in the state. Highlighting the distinction between consensual inter-faith marriages and 'love jihad', Sharma said the...

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