Game of conversion was going on in the name of curing cancer and getting jobs, Rajasthan Police exposed a big conspiracy

Rajasthan News: Rajasthan Police has exposed a big conspiracy of conversion in Bharatpur. This game was going on in the name of curing cancer and getting jobs. A couple running an organization was carrying out this conspiracy. Police have arrested them on the basis of complaint. Know what is the whole matter.

Jul 7, 2024 - 23:21
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Game of conversion was going on in the name of curing cancer and getting jobs, Rajasthan Police exposed a big conspiracy
Game of conversion was going on in the name of curing cancer and getting jobs, Rajasthan Police exposed a big conspiracy

In Bharatpur, Rajasthan, the police exposed an organization that was converting economically weak and illiterate people by claiming to cure cancer and other serious diseases through prayer. In this case, the couple running the organization was taken into custody.

The couple was running the organization by opening an office named Church Foundation in their house. Police investigation revealed that they used to lure people with jobs for conversion. They had also created a WhatsApp group to preach Christianity.

Mathura Gate police station of Bharatpur said that on July 5, when the office of the organization run in the house of the couple Ravindra Singh and Ruby was raided on information, a prayer meeting was going on there and people were being motivated to adopt Christianity. Bible and religious propaganda material were also found in the house.

Some people had also registered their protest against religious conversion in the prayer meeting. When the dispute broke out, the police arrested Ravindra and took 28 people, including Ruby, into custody. A case was inducted under section 299 and section 302 of the new law implemented on July 1 on the report of a local citizen for doing malice against any religion and motivating someone to change religion through words. Ravindra was presented in District and Sessions Court.

The court granted bail to Ravindra on Saturday. The police issued a notice to Ruby and bailed out the rest on a personal bond of five thousand rupees each. From the other camp, Vishwa Hindu Parishad district president Lakhan Singh said that the husband and wife had received training from Chandigarh, and they used to lure people in Bharatpur to convert to Christianity, which came to the fore.

Muskan Kumawat Journalist & Writer