1250 Christians in Mahasamund Return to Hinduism

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Mahasamund: In the state of Chhattisgarh, 1250 persons returned to Hinduism at the Vishwa Kalyan Mahayagya held in Katangpali village in Mahasamund district of Chattisgarh on March 22, 2022. Arya Pratinidhi Samaj arranged the Mahayagya. BJP State Secretary Prabal Pratap Singh Judev spearheaded the charge to bring people to their roots by washing the feet of those who returned to Hinduism with Gangajal.

At Khuntapani of Pathalgaon, Chhattisgarh, 1200 individuals from 400 households have already switched to Hinduism.

Judev said that the Ghar Wapsi campaign will continue indefinitely until every person who has been a victim of conversion returns to Sanatan Dharma. He also urged the audience to speak out against Hindus being pushed to convert. Swami Dev Nand, Acharya Anshudev Arya, Rajendra Bhai Saheb, Nandkumar Sai, Pandit Rishiraj Arya, Pandit Pankaj Bharadwaj, Ramchandra Agarwal, and others were among those who participated in the event.

While participating in the program, Prabal Pratap Singh stated that safeguarding Hindutva is the only resolution he has for his life. Most of the families that switched to Hinduism were from Basna Saraipali, he said. Families who converted to Hinduism said their forefathers converted to Christianity roughly three generations ago. They were quite impoverished at the time and had converted to Christianity after receiving some financial assistance from the missionaries as well as the enticement of receiving assistance in the treatment of ailments.

In a recent interview with OpIndia, Prabal Pratap Singh Judev had stated, “I am carrying forward this work since the death of my father. In states like Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, and Odisha, we have got more than 10 thousand people coming back to Sanatan Dharma through such programs. Due to the Corona epidemic, this campaign of ours was stopped for about two years.”

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