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Monday, October 23, 2006

Convent school import "Jesus" for conversion

9/10/2006 2:22:50 PM Media Release

Lucknow: Malicious conversion game happening in Convent schools came into light today. Parents of students in Loreto convent school complaint that the school held a seance which was witnessed by hundreds of students, besides staff members, during which several girls fainted in fright.

Aiming the conversion of innocent Hindu girls, School authorities invited one Nobo Kumar Mandal a Christian priest from West Bengal to show his Supernatural powers claimed to be gained with the help of Jesus.

Many of the girls fainted then and there seeing the black magic of this fraud pastor, He was invoking the dead and carrying on a live conversation with them, acted as the medium in the séance.

The man appeared on stage, first meditating and then writhing and shuddering on the ground as if in pain. “After a few agonizing moments he was up on his feet declaring Jesus was inside him and that he could bless anyone who sought his divine exaltation," Reports Reuters.

Taking a serious view of the matter and the complaint of the parents, the government ordered an inquiry by the District Magistrate and directed him to submit the report within three days, according to official sources here.

BJP members led a protest march to the school against propagating Christianity in the name of School and mentally torturing and luring innocent Hindu girls to convert them.


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