Hindus advised to convert for finding their lost son

Bhadrapad Shukla Saptami, Kaliyug Varsha 5113

Sakoli (Dist. Sakoli, Maharashtra) : Jayesh Jambhulkar, a small boy from Sendurwapha was found by his parents after 4 days. It is learnt that attempts were made to convert his parents to get back their lost son. Local residents feel that Jayesh was kidnapped only for the purpose of conversion. (This is an example of the level to which Christians can stoop to convert people. Hindus should become active to stop such scheming Christians ! – Editor SP)

As Jayesh was kidnapped, a woman (about 45 yrs of age) from the same area went to the house of Jambhulkar. She advised Jambhulkar family to convert to Christianity to find their son. The disturbed parents asked the woman that within how many days their son would be found. The woman advised them to read Bible and sing ‘bhajan’. Within few minutes, the parents were informed that Jayesh was found near bus-stop. There is a doubt of some gang of Christians active in propagation of Christianity.

Source: Dainik Sanatan Prabhat

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