Narmada Kumbh- Missionaries afraid of losing their ‘Harvested Souls’

via HK published on February 8, 2011

BHOPAL: Christian Missionaries started foul cry over the upcoming Narmada Kumbh festival Madhya Pradesh’s Mandla district. Christian Missionaries afraid their life time efforts to deceive tribals will go futile and thousands of Tribals will reconvert back to Hinduism.   

The Missionaries  have approached the high court and the chief minister seeking protection to their life.The annual Maa Narmada Samajik Kumbh (Social Fair of Mother Narmada) is to be held Feb 10-12 in the tribal-dominated district on the banks of river Narmada.

“We are worried about our safety and security. Our attempt to get adequate protection from the state government received a very cool response,” Bishop Gerald Almeida of Jabalpur said. Father Anand Muttungal, spokesperson of the Catholic Church in the state, also met Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and sought security for the community.

Tribals across the Nation need protection not from Hindus of their own religion but from cunning Missionaries who are only interested in blind number game of conversion. The agenda of Missionaries in Tribal areas are not of their any sort of welfare but selfish motives of conversion to justify the foreign funds received by them.

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