Accused of kicking idols of Hindu Gods
Guntur (Andhra Pradesh) – Pastor Praveen Chakravarty has been arrested by the Andhra Pradesh police for kicking idols of Hindu Gods. This pastor has created 699 Christ villages in the state. The Legal Rights Protection Forum had complained to the central Home Minister against Praveen Chakravarty’s organisation called ‘Sylom Blind Center’ in the year 2019. (Although complaint was lodged in 2019, why was no action initiated?, The Home Ministry owes an explanation to the Hindus ! – Editor) The pastor has been booked under various sections related to creating enmity among religious groups, committing crime at religious places etc.
— Legal Rights Protection Forum (@lawinforce) January 14, 2021
- The Legal Rights Protection Forum had shared this pastor’s videos on social media in which he talks about his method of converting villages. In the videos he elaborates that first one pastor is called in to preach the Bible. Then some villager who believes that Jesus is the saviour, kicks idols of Hindu Gods and sacred trees. After that this village becomes a Christ village. He says he has kicked Hindu Gods and felt happy.
- In another video, while speaking with an American donor he is heard boasting thathe has 3,642 pastors and that they have made 699 Christ Villages.
As per the information, Pastor Mr. Praveen Chakravarthy, notorious for kicking Idols of Hindu Gods and forming 'Christ Villages' in Andhra Pradesh was arrested by AP CID Police last night u/s 153(A), 153(B) (1) (C), 505 (2), 295 (A), 124(A), 115 IPC r/w 66 (F) of I.T. Act. https://t.co/MzxY7m3mEX
— Legal Rights Protection Forum (@lawinforce) January 13, 2021
(Courtesy: TV5 news)
Filed complaint with Union Home Secretary & FCRA Division (MHA) against 'Sylom Blind Center' represented by its President Mr. Praveen Chakravarthy who indulged Christian Conversions.
Sought cancellation of its FCRA, Freeze Bank Accounts & investigation into his other activities. pic.twitter.com/a03orNAjZs
— Legal Rights Protection Forum (@lawinforce) December 5, 2019