Bhopal: A missionary school principal was booked under the new anti-conversion law after a teacher alleged that she forced her to convert. The woman was booked under the Madhya Pradesh Freedom of Religion Ordinance 2020 on Tuesday. The female teacher alleged that the accused harassed her. The principal was identified as Sister Bhagya. The principal of a convent school in Khajurao was accused of harassment by school teacher Ruby Singh. Singh said that she had been working at the school on a contractual basis for the past four years. Singh hails from a lower middle-class family. When Sister Bhagya learned about the teacher's financial condition, she started pressuring her for conversion. The woman then pressured the teacher and used insulted her religion. The principal started luring the woman on the pretext of increasing her salary and regularising her job. When Singh refused to change her religion, the accused allegedly stopped paying her salary and fired her, Hindustan Times reported. MP Catholic Church's public relation officer Maria Stephen said the missionaries school was being targeted. She added, "The teacher was sacked after receiving a complaint from parents and students. She was warned but didn’t improve her way of teaching."A Muslim man from Karnataka was booked for allegedly befriending a 19-year-old woman while hiding his religious identity. The woman's parents lodged a missing report when she did not return home from college. Probe revealed that the woman used to talk to the accused on the phone. The man was identified as Mehboob. Following this, the police booked the accused under sections 366 (kidnapping, abduction or inducing woman to compel her into marriage) and 363 (kidnapping) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) along with the anti-conversion law.