Sudarshan alleges conversion activities in AP
Nagpur, May 15 (UNI) Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) Chief K S Sudarshan, while alleging that large-scale conversions were being effected in Andhra Pradesh through inducement of foreign funds, has urged Chief Minister Y S Rajshekhara Reddy to initiate steps to halt the same.
In a statement here, Mr Sudarshan said during his visit to the RSS summer training camp at Hyderabad last Friday, he witnessed ''growing activities of Christian missionaries to convert Hindus''.
''These activities are not only repugnant to all norms of a civilised society, but are also against the tenets of much touted secularism by vote-hungry politicians as also a large section of the media,'' he said in the statement.
''We request the Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister to put a stop to these acitivities. Otherwise, the Hindus will have no other option but take recourse to agitational programmes by all lawful and peaceful means to defend the interests of the society,'' he added.
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