Bhupendra Bhadoria, Gwalior. The conversion gang is active in many areas of Madhya Pradesh. Even after taking strict action, the conversion mafia is not deterring. In Gwalior, people associated with a Hinduist organization have caught a youth who was trying to convert laborers by luring them. Police is interrogating the accused youth.
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Mandeep Singh Kushwaha, an activist of the Hinduist organization Bharat Raksha Manch, told that a young man from Raigarh district of Chhattisgarh, Imlus, was luring the laborers near the bus stand under Ekka Padav police station and asking them to convert to Christianity. When the accused was questioned, he got flustered.
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The Hinduist organization claims that some books and propaganda material related to Christianity have been recovered from the accused. The accused wanted to convert the poor laborers by taking them under his guise while riding a scooter. After this, he informed the police control room about the incident. As soon as the information was received, the police reached the spot and the accused youth was taken to the police station, where he was duly arrested after being interrogated in custody.
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