#Church_Killed_TN_HinduGirl trends as Hindus expose the reality of missionary schools

A Hindu student of a missionary school in Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu committed suicide earlier this month. Before her death, she said that she was forced to convert to Christianity and was tortured by school authorities when she refused. Earlier also instances of conversion have been reported. St. Paul’s Higher Primary School in Karnataka has also been accused of serving meat and carrying out forced conversions. In Gujarat also, there was an attempt by missionaries to convert girls at Mother Teresa shelter home. In view of these incidents, the main agenda of missionary schools seems to be conversion.

In view of these incidents, the hashtag #Church_Killed_TN_HinduGirl trended on Twitter today. People who participated in the trend threw light on the anti-Hindu activities going on inside missionary schools. Along with this, different incidents of conversion activities have also been exposed. In the trend, devout Hindus demanded justice for the Hindu girl who committed suicide. Demands were made to give severe punishment to the school officials who are responsible for her death.

This hashtag was trending in fourth place and it was in the top 10 national trends on Twitter in India for a long time. This trend had over 50 thousand tweets.

Some tweets from the trend…

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