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JAMMU: Prant President, Vishav Hindu Parishad Jammu-Kashmir, Leela Karan Sharma condemned the incident at the Church which had come to light at Kathua in which 21 minor children were recovered by the police from the clutches of the Priest (Padri) who was exploiting these minor children sexually and mentally in the name of the charity.
Talking to reporters here on Saturday, Sharma strongly stressed upon the administration to get all the children medically examined and the culprits taken to task.
Similar incident had happened in Jharkhand and other states where human trafficking is being done charity by these unsocial elements for Christianity and receiving huge funds from abroad and indulging in various criminal activities and conversion which is highly objectionable and dangerous to Hindu society especially in J&K State which is already under tremendous pressure and infested with militancy, Sharma said.
He stressed upon the administration to affectively check the illegal activities by these unsocial elements in the garb of charity by the church and also check how they are receiving funds in the name of charity.
Sharma also cautioned the Hindu societies to remain vigilant of the nefarious design of the church to spread its activities in far flung areas especially in the weaker section of the society by exploiting them and using them for conversion and human trafficking.
If the administration fails to take affective steps to check these activities of the church the people may be forced to come on the road, he warned.
Abhishek Gupta Prant Mantri, Purshotam Samajik Samrasta Pramukh, Apaar Sharma Seh Seva Pramukh and Rajesh Bhasin Media Prabhari were also present.
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