Central government should bring a law nationwide to stop conversion ! – Mahamandaleshwar Acharya Swami Shri Pranavanand Saraswatiji Maharaj

Online’ Special Talk held on ‘Necessity of a Nationwide law to Ban Conversion !’

‘Sanatan Dharma, a supreme religion, has no alternative to it in this world. But this great dharma is being attacked by Christian missionaries and Muslims through religious conversions. A nationwide agitation should be started against this conversion and the government should bring a national law against conversion for protecting our country. Any kind of conversion should be declared illegal, demanded Mahamandleshwar Acharya Swami Shri Pranavanand Saraswatiji Maharaj of Shri Akhandanand Adivasi Gurukul Ashram, Indore. He was speaking at a special online discussion held by ‘Hindu Janajagruti Samiti’ on the ‘necessity to bring a nationwide ban on conversion !’

Swami Pranavananda Saraswatiji Maharaj further said that other religions are trying to destroy our ideology, national and cultural consciousness. They are trying to take over our culture, our scientific wealth, our material power. It is not just a matter of conversion, it is a conspiracy to subjugate the whole of India. Our ancestors were very religious. Inspite of facing many attacks, they did not get converted. Hindus should follow this ideal and learn about Dharma.

Shri Guru Paramatmaji Maharaj of Shri Paramatma Mahasansthanam at Shrikshetra Dwarapur, Dharwad said, ‘The ill effects of conversion can be seen all over the country. Every day 2500 to 3000 Hindus are being converted in India. Legislation must be enacted to stop this. Hindus should unite and put pressure on the government to stop this attack on our Dharma. Nowadays, Hindu Dharma is being denigrated through various television serials and advertisements. Hindus should become alert about such things. Hindus should be taught about the basic principles and values of our religion through temples everywhere.’

Prabal Pratap Singh Judev, head of the ‘Akhil Bharateeya Ghar Vapasi’ Association and BJP’s Chhattisgarh state minister, said, “Conversion is a terrible conspiracy and Christian missionaries are operating under the guise of service and deceiving Hindus.” Anti-national forces are trying to break this country. Hindus especially the youth should come forward to end all this. Through our organization, Hindus who had converted to other religions are re-converted to Hindu Dharma.’

Spokesperson of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti Shri. Mohan Gowda said that “Christian missionaries are trying to prevent the conversion law from being implemented in the state of Karnataka and pro-Hindu organizations here are demanding the introduction of the anti-conversion law. Not just Karnataka; Hindu Janajagruti Samiti is working with various pro-Hindu organizations to bring a ban on conversion across the country. It should be noted that conversion will lead our country towards division. Wherever conversion is being attempted, Hindus should come forward to oppose it in a constitutional way. If we take pride in our religion by spreading Hindu Dharma everywhere and learning Dharma, this problem of conversion will be completely curtailed.

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