FIR filed against activists, nurses in Kalaburagi religious conversion case

Bengaluru, Feb 24 (IANS): An FIR was filed against nine activists and two nurses in an alleged “forcefully” conversion case in Kalaburagi district of the state.

On February 22, two Christian nurses -- Ashwini and Rubika -- had allegedly tried to “forcefully” convert people in Ratkal village of Kalaburagi district to Christianity. The Hindu Jagruthi Sena, a Hindu organisation, had filed a case against the two nurses over their “forceful” conversion.

However, on Friday, one of the nurses, Ashwini, also filed a case under the Atrocities Act and IPC sections against Hindu Jagruthi Sena President Shankar Choka, Basavaraj, Vishnu and other activists.

The Hindu Jagruthi Sena in its complaint said that the accused nurses were offering money and “forcefully” converting people to Christianity.

“Members of Sena went to the spot and questioned the nurses. They had invited religious preachers and preached the Bible. They are indulging in religious conversion and creating communal unrest in the village,” Sena alleged.

The Sena complaint said that being government staffers, instead of treating all patients without being bothered about their religion, the nurses were indulging in spreading propaganda against Hindu religion and indulging in religious conversion.






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  • Alwyn, Kudla

    Sun, Feb 25 2024

    Christians are not converting anyone. This political parties nothing better to do to win then harras peaceful Christians all part of India. You devils only invite curse upon you and in your generation yet to come. Most of the Christians donate even they have little and the receiving people are the brothers and sisters of these so called protectors of religion. It’s a shame on people eat and shit in the same plate. Have some self respect. India is not belongs to one religion. If you think that way you are wrong

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  • Alwyn, Mangalore

    Sun, Feb 25 2024

    Bull Shit....

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  • real kujuma, kodial

    Sun, Feb 25 2024

    now this nature of false stage managed incidents will rise as the blue j pigs are desperate to regain the lost ground during assembly elections....except dk and udupi in all other LS seats...the chaddi party will not win if they do not set up EVMS

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Raheja Waterfront

    Sun, Feb 25 2024

    What is Hare Rama Hare Krishna ...

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  • John Tauro, M'lore

    Mon, Feb 26 2024

    a film by Dev Anand.

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  • Sunil, Mangalore

    Sun, Feb 25 2024

    As if the converted people are small babies under the spell of conversion who dont know the way back to what they like? Common BJP...growup...people are mature enough to pick and choose what they like....if at all people chose a particular religion then its their choice why are u meddling in others choice ?

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  • vindya, mangalore

    Sun, Feb 25 2024

    i have seen this video, but utterly edited videos. There is no ways anyone will come forcing to convert and all stories. This must be some psychological issue. God will really not spare for these kind of blasphemy otherwise, using God's name for political reason. cheap minded people

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  • Lawrence, Mangalore

    Sun, Feb 25 2024

    Conversion to Christianity is a long process and only a priest can convert, not Nurses. These are Election time Conversions may not stand in the court.

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  • Rita, Germany

    Sun, Feb 25 2024

    They can file against everybody.But when one thinks how much money these nurses are getting and how much they can offer to convert people?Are people so dumb to convert ?Do these nurses have time?These activists have no other work than go searching whats going on,Conversion ,cowmeat.God forgive them .Let them make foto and we can decide .Are these converters from which confession ?Are these people so educated to read Bible?

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  • M.Mathias, Mangalore

    Sat, Feb 24 2024

    God is simple and without swords, bow & arrows.

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  • PRAKASH.A, Mlore

    Sat, Feb 24 2024

    Conversion itself is a myth let alone forceful conversion. this is BJP's chanakya neeti of propaganda war !!

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  • Surendra Poojari, Mangalore

    Sat, Feb 24 2024

    If our faith is strong then no one can convert us. I studied mostly in Catholic Institutions and no one tried to convert me or anyone all these years. Most of these conversion cases are fake. If there is really conversion then Christians would have been in majority in India and not 2%.

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  • Rajesh, Mulki

    Sat, Feb 24 2024

    Lacs of students have studied and prospered in Christian schools across India, taken treatment in Christian hospitals. Not even one student was told to become Christian. On the other hand , hundreds of skits and folk dances depicting the Ramayana and Mahabharata were practiced and played during school functions at Christian schools. It is time for the old students to rise and tell the truth. Not to hide behind cover when these political game is going on. Dare to tell the truth.

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  • Gautam Das, Bangalore

    Sat, Feb 24 2024

    Even there was similar case just at election time in Bangalore about forced conversion alleged by BJP MLA but later turned out to be fake when verified by local Tahsildar. Sadly that Tahsildar was later transferred for speaking truth by then BJP govt.

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  • Beowulf, Mangalore

    Sat, Feb 24 2024

    How can anyone do forced conversion?

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