3 ‘Pest’s from Kerala under arrest in Karnataka

published on October 20, 2010

Beltangady: Three Booked for Inducing Religious Conversion
Daijiworld Media Network – Beltangady (SP)

Beltangady, Oct 18: The personnel of Venur police station have registered cases against three persons, based on a complaint received against them. The three reportedly visited a family, derided Hindu gods, and induced the family members to convert.

It is said that three men, A M George, Ruby Thomas, and M S George, visited the home of Ramesh in Babottu, Tenka Karandoor village in the taluk at around 11.30 am on Saturday October 16. “They explained about the salient features of Christianity, made insulting remarks about Hindu gods, and urged us to get converted into Christianity. They also offered inducements by way of various facilities for this conversion,” Ramesh said in his complaint.

It is gathered that the three men named above, who are from Kerala, presently reside in Beltangady.


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