Hindu organizations demand stringency in conversion Act in Maharashtra


from left- Shri. Shrikant Pisolkar, Shri. Arvind Pansare, Shri. Sunil Ghanavat, Dr. Upendra Dahake

Nagpur (Maharashtra) : Fanatics, Congress and leftist parties creating row over Muslims returning home at Agra have never opened their mouth against Hindu young women being drawn in the dragnet of love jihad and large scale conversion of Hindus by foreign churches by throwing various baits before them. Moreover, at Bengaluru in secular India, there is an educational institute like South Asia Institute of Advanced Christian Studies which has curriculum that directly teaches propagation of Christianity and conversions. It is just an example to show the systematic manner in which non-Hindus have been trying to increase their population. In Maharashtra State also, Hindus are being converted at many places and Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) has time and again, lodged complaints against such incidentsof conversion.

This information was given in a press conference held by pro-Hindu organizations on 16th December and also the demand made with Forest and Finance Minister, Shri. Sudhir Mungantiwar, for passing of Act banning conversions in Maharashtra. Such law has already been in force in other States like Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Odisha.

Shri. Sunil Ghanavat of HJS, Dr. Upendra Dahake, Vice President of BJP for Kalyan city, Shri. Arvind Pansare, the spokesperson of HJS and Shri. Shrikant Pisolkar, HJS’ Vidarbha District Coordinator attended the press conference held at Tilak Patrakar Bhavan in Nagpur. (Congratulations to all pro-Hindu organizations coming together against conversions ! – Editor, Dainik Sanatan Prabhat)

Demands made by pro-Hindu organizations

1. A separate department should be created for finding organizations and institutions encouraging conversions and taking stringent legal action against them.

2. Action should be taken against foreign organizations funding Christian institutions engaged in conversion under the guise of social service.

3. Out of the total students studying in Convent schools, 90% are Hindus; but they are banned from celebrating Hindu religious festivals and abiding by Dharma, following Indian culture, by making it compulsory for them to pray to Jesus; thus leading to future conversions. It is therefore, necessary to have a stringent provision in conversion Act.

Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat