'Ghar wapsi': 53 families return to Hindu religion as part of 'Christianity-free' campaign of RSS
As a part of 'ghar wapsi', at least 53 families have returned to Hindu fold as a part of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh’s 'Christianity-free' campaign in Jharkhand.
Khunti: As a part of 'ghar wapsi', at least 53 families have returned to Hindu fold as a part of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh’s 'Christianity-free' campaign in Jharkhand.
The tribals were lured into Christianity by the missionaries, according Munda, who is also the BJP’s deputy president of Khunti district.
The 'Christianity-free' is being run by RSS in Jharkhand’s Arki, according to a report in Hindustan Times.
According to RSSS, this is not conversion as they are only coming back their religion.
RSS Saiyojak Laxman Singh Munda, who is spearheading the campaign, says, "We want a Christianity-free block. The villagers will soon return to their roots.”
In the past few years, several tribals in Jharkhand have embraced Christianity.
Jharkhand CM Raghubar Das has warned of strict action against forcing tribals into changing their faith.
Reportedly, RSS workers go house to house to convince the tribals and also held public meetings to expose how the missionaries were taking them away from their roots.