I thought since we are on the topic of Religion I would share this video/talk by HH Dalai Lama, one of the leading international Buddhist figures. He talks about various Buddhist approaches to life and dying but also emphasizes secular ethics - given how skeptical people have become over religion - and touches briefly towards the end on importance of religious missionary groups and his disapproval of their methods to convert different cultures/religious backgrounds through monetary rewards. This is what is happening in Bhutan and it cannot be denied.
I wonder if paying someone to convert does classify as coercion (because in the constitution that is not allowed). I support that it should be grounds for penalization if they are found to be doing that.