Orphanage frauds by Christians

via GSK Menon published on June 14, 2010

Several Christian orphanages functioning in Karnataka, Tamilnadu and Andhra are in the news for conducting an organised racketeering in the sale of orphans. The deceitful Christians to camoflague their fraudulent activities are misleading the public by using the term “Ashram” in their name boards.

Christians are using Hindu names to further conceal their identity. When the “breaking news” is flashed on TV screens the average person tends to believe that it is the Hindus who are doing such frauds. The newspapers also report the same events. It takes a few days time to decipher the truth that it is the Christians who are engaged in such frauds, but the damage is done. The false news spreads around the world that this ‘ASHRAM” or that “ASHRAM”  was engaged in racketeering of orphans. The Hindus get a bad name.
 
It is time Hindu organisations take up this issue and demand a legal ban on alien faiths usurping Hindu names and titles. The BJP governments in Karnataka, Gujarat can prohibit the use of Hindu titles and names. In fact, the Karnataka government has banned the use of the term “convent” by non – christians, similar ban can be in force prohibiting non – Hindus from using Hindu titles and names.

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