Deceptive conversion by fraud Australians thwarted in AP

published on April 6, 2007

Courtesy:EENADU, Hyderabad Edition : 06-04-2007


Kavadiguda(Andhra Pradesh): Irate residents of Chikkadpally’s Palamur Basti have complained to the police that a fraud evangelical troupe from Australia are indulging in forced conversions in their area.


According to the locals, Father Sudhakar, Paul and Srinivas  of Bethel Gospel Church, Annapurna Nagar, Amberpet have brought 26 Australian citizens to Palamur Basti of Chikkadpally for their deceiving campaign to convert naive locals.


The actors of evengelical mission made mockery of themselves with their one of the usual circus.They called the residents of the Basti to assemble at one place.Then they placed a chair there, explaining that those who are sinners who sit on it will get stuck to it else they will be normal. Then one of them sat on the chair and acted as though he could not be pulled out even with help from another actor. Then the person got up as he shouted, “Jesus, please save me” as though the chair released him instantly. Then they went on distributing Rs.10/- currency with ‘JESUS SAVES’ written over them. 


As the news about this fraud drama spread, under the leadership of BJP public lodged a complaint in Chikkadpally police station and demanded the arrest and to seize the passport of  fraud Australians. Police assured them a fair enquiry.


Police arrested these frauds immediately but thanks to pressure from Congress leader, Radha Mathews, Lok Jansakthi Party leader BhimRao, President of All India Christian United Front, Tammadapalli Vijay Raj and persons belonging to various Christian Organizations the police dropped the legal action and released them even without registering a case.

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