Police Investigation Pricks Church Propaganda Bubble

published on March 25, 2013

During February, numerous passers – by along the roads and lanes of Thiruchengode (a town in Namakkal district in Tamilnadu) were shocked by a wall poster pasted all over, that openly instigated Hindus, the Brahmins in particular, to get converted to Christianity in order to enjoy affluence. It was a brazen attempt to covert by allurement. The poster displayed V.Raja, a Brahmin looking thin and shabby in his wedding costume, and contrasted this with his plum physique after he becomes a Christian evangelist.

The police had to probe the claim following complaints from over 60 citizens including a number of Hindu activists drawn from RSS, Hindu Munnani and BJP. The Police investigation pricked the bubble of lies by the Church group – It was found that Raja was not a Brahmin at all. The town CSI church secretary Peter Selvaraj had to apologize and the Church group promptly removed all the offending posters. An evangelical meet slated for March 1, 2 and 3 in the town was also banned. It is a sad story that the state government had promulgated an ordinance in 2002 banning conversions, only to announce later on election eve that it would not be enforced.

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