November 27, 2011
Margshirsh Shukla Trutiya , Kaliyug Varsha 5113
Local residents strongly oppose, lodge complaint with police
Raipur (Chhattisgarh, INDIA) : Local residents of Amadi village in Chhattisgarh State are enraged owing to Christian missionaries deceiving people and converting them. The furious Hindus rushed to police station and lodged a complaint against the missionaries.
1. On 15th November, under the leadership of Mr. Subodh Rathi, former coordinator of a pro-Hindu organization called ‘Dharmasena’, Mr. Neelkanth Sahu, former President of town council and Mr. Hemant Mala etc. devout Hindus went to Azruni police station and made a demand to take action against Christian missionaries for deceiving and converting Hindus.
2. Christian missionaries call people for prayers claiming that their ailments would be cured with the help of holy ash and prayers etc. Even if a patient is in serious condition, he is taken for prayers instead of admitting him to hospital. Till now 100 families have been converted to Christianity. All these converts should be re-converted to Hinduism by patriotic and devout Hindus.
4. As per the information given by Mr. Hemant Mala, a devout Hindu, three converted persons are missing from the village. Their family members have alleged that they have been detained by Christian missionaries.
5. Police had to register the complaint due to pressure of people and took few Christians viz. Krushna Sahu, Tetkuram Sahu, Keshav Sahu and Bhagchand Dheemar into custod. A case has been filed against them for deceiving innocent local citizens by luring them. Search is also undertaken to trace missing youth.
Source : HJS