*Hindu Rights to Survive with Dignity & Sovereignty *Join Hindu Freedom Movement to make Bharat Hindu Rashtra within 2025 *Jai Shri Ram *Jayatu Jayatu Hindu Rashtram *Editor: Upananda Brahmachari.
Swati Pathak | HENB | New Delhi | Oct 14, 2021:: Police in Uttar Pradesh’s Mau has taken several people into custody after receiving a complaints from members of a right wing Hindutva group that they were allegedly involved in converting people into Christianity in the Sunday miracle healing in the name of Jesus on Oct 10.
The news agency IANS and the Hindi newspaper Amar Ujala have reported on the incident. While IANS reported 50 people were detained, Amar Ujala reported that 15 people were initially held and seven were booked.
The Mau district in-charge of the right wing group Hindu Jagran Manch, Bhanu Pratap Singh, and other members complained to police that a pastor had organised a prayer meet at a man’s house in Sahadatpura Colony. The Hindutva group allegedly reached out to police following a ruckus by residents of the area who had objected to the prayer meet.
Amar Ujala quoted another police officer, D.K. Srivastava as having said that a Sahadatpura resident, Radheshyam Singh, had lodged a complaint.
Among those detained are the owner and the pastor. The complainants had alleged that they were forcibly converting people.
IANS also quoted unnamed police sources to say that “neighbours had been complaining about the assembly as they believed that illegal religious conversions were being performed”.
However, police told the news outlets that investigation is on as to whether this is a veritable claim. Dhananjay Mishra, Deputy Superintendent of Police, told IANS that several people were questioned.
The seven have reportedly been booked under the Prohibition of Unlawful Religious Conversion Ordinance, 2020, which was brought with an ordinance last year.
Christian Missionary miscreants have been targeting Uttar Pradesh for their new domain of harvesting.