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Monday, July 16, 2007

Kundapur: 'Conversion is Threat to the Country' - Kalladka Prabhakar Bhat

by Vinay Pais - Daijiworld News Network Kundapur

Kundapur, Jul 2: There is a great threat to the country owing to conversion initiated by Christians in the name of social service, said RSS leader Kalladka Prabhakar Bhat.

He was speaking at the anti-conversion awareness meet organized by Hindu Janajagruti Vedike and Bajaranga Dal at Shastri circle here on Monday July 2.


In the last 250 years, Christian missionaries have been indulged in conversion through schools, orphanages, hospital etc. Hence, there is a great threat to Indian culture, thoughts etc, he opined.

A journalist of Kundapur has sent baised reports to a newspaper about the attack on priest. To create awareness about this false report, the meet has been organized, he added. At the same time, he defended the act of Ramanna Shetty who assaulted the Carmelite priest Fr Sylvester Pereira on June 25.

Krishnaprasad Adyantaya, managing trustee of Kollur temple said that, the act of Bajarangadal leaders is appreciable as they foiled the anti-Hindu acts of Christians, he said.

"Dhara Singh, who burnt Christian missionary Stains at Orissa few years ago, is a role model to us. There are many Dara Singhs in Kundapur who can foil the attempt to convert," he opined.

Sangh Parivar leaders Navinchandra, Madhukar Mudrady, Vasant Shetty Belve and Shridhar M were present on the dais.

A call was given by the Sangh Parivar leaders to observe Bundh in Kundapur town afternoon. But there was very poor response to the bundh call as most of the business concerns, shops were open as usual.

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