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T Rajsekhar | HENB | Bhopal | May 16, 2022:: A conspiracy of religious conversion in a Christian Missionary School in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh has been surfaced after it created huge repercussion. Yes, and as soon as this information came out, there has been a big uproar. In this case, it is being told that poor Hindu students were being converted in the school. The police have also taken major action in this case. According to media reports emerging, the management of Christ Memorial School in Bairagarh is accused of encouraging Hindu youths to convert to Christianity in the school. Not only this but people here were being told, “If You come to the refuge of Jesus, the sufferings of your life will be disappeared. By leaving Hinduism and becoming a Christian, poverty will be removed surely.”
In this case, police said that Mahendra alias Vicky Nath, a resident of Bairagarh, had lodged a complaint with the police station about the dangerous game going on in the school. Yes, on the other hand, SHO DP Singh said that after receiving the information, when the police reached the spot, a large number of Hindu boys and girls were found praying to Jesus. Police said that here a man named Rajesh Malaviya, along with his 23-year-old daughter Riddika Malaviya was telling people that Hinduism is bad and Christianity is good. At the same time, it has also been reported that the students studying in the school have been brainwashed so much that they do not see anything wrong in it.
The students also asked the police what is the evil in religious conversion. On the other hand, in this case, the police have arrested Rajesh Malaviya, a resident of Sehore, and his 23-year-old daughter Riddika Malaviya, along with Kamani John of Gandhi Nagar and Paul Paul Paul, a resident of Phanda. Yes and a case has been registered against him under sections of inciting religious sentiments, however, so far, the school operator, Manes Mathews, is said to be absconding.
State Home Minister Narottam Mishra on Monday said that the police have been directed to monitor missionary schools across the state over alleged conversion cases.
Mishra’s statement came a day after a case of alleged conversion came to light at the Christ Memorial School in Bhopal.
__Inputs from News Track & Free Press Journal.
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