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Balrampur hospital becomes Dawah center, Hindu SC workers forcefully converted to Islam by Maulana Jalaluddin

Conversion has become one of the biggest problem for Hindus. Radical Islamic organizations and Christian missionaries are strategically converting Hindus to gain demographic superiority. We have seen a barrage of such forced conversion incidents in the recent times, and one such incident has been reported from Balrampur district of Uttar Pradesh.

A Muslim woman, who is the wife of a district panchayat member named Wasiuddin, has appealed to Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, Human Rights Commission and Women’s Commission, saying that a conspiracy has been hatched to send her husband to jail as he was stopping the conversion of some Hindu SC (Scheduled Caste) people of the district. The woman has also raised concern about her family’s life as the accused have threatened them of grave consequences.

The woman has also sent a copy of her complaint to Principal Secretary Uttar Pradesh, Principal Secretary Home, ADG Zone Gorakhpur. In this complaint, the woman has accused a Maulana Chhangur Peer of Utraula, whose real name is being told as Jalaluddin. He has been accused of keeping a minor girl with him along with a Mumbai-based newly-converted couple.

The Maulana has converted this couple, Neetu has now become Nasreen and Naveen has now become Jamaluddin. This conversion has been carried out in a Gulf country. It has also been told in the complaint that Jalaluddin is building a hospital at Madhupur in Utraula. It is learned that he is channeling huge foreign funding to set up this hospital on the land, where a gaushala was supposed to be constructed.

The woman has further told in the complaint that her husband was working as a contractor there and he employed many laborers and masons from the SC (‘Dalit’) community. It is alleged that Maulana Changur Peer alias Jalaluddin coerced many of them to convert to Islam and lured them with money, and sometimes threatened them as well.

When the woman’s husband asked the Maulana to refrain from doing this immoral and illegal practice of converting the laborers, he stopped the payment worth crores of rupees to her husband. Along with this, Jalaluddin has also filed two FIRs against her husband and influenced the local policemen to conduct an unfair investigation against her family.

The land where this hospital has been constructed is an agriculture land and such a commercial construction is a violation of government’s norms. The Maulana is threatening them of dire consequences and has said many times that he will ensure contractor Wasiuddin will be sent to jail for exposing his conspiracy.

The matter has already been brought to the notice of the local police and they have initiated the preliminary investigation against the Maulana.

Illegal conversion is an evil which is continuing to rise despite a strong anti-conversion law in a state like UP. Judiciary entertaining petitions against the anti-conversion law by radical organizations like Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind (JUH) and notorious anti-Hindu activist groups like Citizens for Justice and Peace (CJP) is emboldening such fanatics. Hindu and Dharmic society must rise as one to demand a complete ban on these illegal Abrahamic proselytizers, and eradicate this malpractice altogether.

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