In Datia, Madhya Pradesh, 8 people have been detained by the police, it is alleged that these people were distributing controversial books, during which Hinduist organizations caught them.
Datia: A case has come to light in Datia town of Madhya Pradesh for allegedly distributing controversial books for conversion. Eight people have been detained in this case after protests by Hindu organizations. An official said that a group of 10 people, including five women, were distributing religious books on Sunday, to which some people objected and informed the police.
Bajrang Dal and VHP workers caught
Kotwali police station in-charge Ravindra Sharma said on Monday that Bajrang Dal and Vishwa Hindu Parishad activists caught women and men allegedly distributing controversial religious books near the local Holy Cross School, after which they brought these people to the Kotwali police station. Went. He said that when the activists of Hindu organizations asked for their identity cards etc. from the men and women who distributed books, they could not show the identity cards. After this there was a dispute between Vishwa Hindu Parishad, Bajrang Dal activists and the people who carried out these alleged conversions.
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‘Missionary school’s role questionable’
Ravindra Sharma said, ‘Police has registered an FIR against 10 people including five women who distributed the book in this case under section 505 (2) of IPC at Kotwali police station. Of these, eight people have been taken into custody and their interrogation is on. At the same time, Ajay Raj, co-district minister of Bajrang Dal told that some people of a particular religion are doing this type of work. He alleged that the role of a local missionary school is also suspicious in this.