The government in Rajasthan, India, recently became the sixth state in India to enact an anti-conversion law. The Rajasthan Dharma Swatantraya (Freedom of Religion) Act outlaws any attempt to convert a person from one religion to another Ì¢‰âÒby use of force or allurement or by fraudulent means.Ì¢‰âÂå The punishments are a prison term of not less than two years or a fine of up to fifty thousand rupees. In other states with anti-conversion legislation, Christians have been the targets of widespread attacks from Hindu extremists. (Christian Solidarity Worldwide)