Christian fanatics enter the Shri Ram Temple at Gangavaram, conduct Christian prayers

  • Incident of Andhra Pradesh, which is turning into a Christian majority
  • BJP leader Sunil Deodhar claims about the incident by tweeting a video
  • Police reject the claim
Editorial Comments

  • If the incident is true, then it proves how far the fanatic Christians have gone. It would not be surprising if Andhra Pradesh becomes a Christian State in future ! As Swatantryaveer Savarkar said, ‘Dharmantaran is Rashtrantaran’ (Conversion is changing nations) Hence, Hindus should unite and establish the Hindu Nation now.
  • Christian CM Jaganmohan Reddy is repeatedly accused of giving Christians free rein to convert people in Andhra. Is it any wonder that the Police rejected the claims saying that no such incident has taken place ?
Christian possession of a Hindu Temple in Andhra Pradesh; Organising a prayer meeting in front of the sanctum sanctorum

Hyderabad (Andhra Pradesh) – Andhra Pradesh and Telangana are becoming strongholds of Christian missionaries. Last year, the ruling YSRCP MP Raghu Rama Krishna Raju of AP revealed that the number of Christians in the State has gone up to 25%. It has now come to light that Christian missionaries entered a Temple at Gangavaram in the East Godavari District of the State and prayed to Jesus. The incident came to light after a video went viral on 31st March. Andhra Pradesh BJP in-charge and national secretary Sunil Deodhar had tweeted the video. It shows a group of Christians led by a pastor praying in the Ram Temple in Gangavaram village. The Idol behind the pastor is the Idol of Shri Ram in the sanctum sanctorum. He also accused the church of illegally taking control of the Ram Temple, erasing its traditions, and adhering to Christian culture. Deodhar has demanded the arrest of all the accused Christians. Deodhar also accused Andhra Pradesh CM Jaganmohan Reddy of conspiring large-scale conversion of Hindus to Christianity in the State. Senior BJP leader Vishnu Vardhan Reddy also condemned the incident and said that Hindus have no place in Andhra.

MP Deodhar’s claim has no evidence – Police

On the other hand, East Godavari District SP Ravindranath Babu has said that the allegations made by MP Deodhar are baseless and have no evidence, The Hindu reported.