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Friday, September 30, 2022

Christian NGOs abduct people in the name of rescuing destitues, organ harvest and conversion suspected

‘Activists’ associated with Christian NGOs have been booked for forcibly keeping people locked up against their will in the name of rescuing destitutes in Tamil Nadu. Mostly Hindus, the kidnapped people’s heads were tonsured and they were physically assaulted as well. After BJP and Hindu outfits protested against the NGOs, the district administration sent the kidnapped people home.

So-called human rights ‘activists’ from various NGOs had picked up people from the street and locked them up in a ‘shelter home’ in the outskirts of Coimbatore with the help of Anti Human Trafficking Unit(AHTU) of police. Residents of the area heard cries from the building and informed officials. Tehsildar, who visited the building, discovered they were kept there against their wishes. As the news spread Hindu outfits and BJP reached the spot and staged a protest to release the inmates.

After Hindu organisations got involved, shocking truths like the inmates being beaten up, their possessions snatched and tonsured against their will came out. Many of them were just going about doing their job when the NGOs abducted them with the help of police terming them as destitute and mentally challenged. In videos that went viral on social media, the abducted people cry that they were beaten using PVC pipes when they objected to being locked up.

They accused the NGO members of snatching their possessions like money, clothes and Aadhar and other identity cards. ‘Activists’ also took their photos in a half naked state after tonsuring their heads. One of them said that he was working as a machine operator at a printing unit and that the NGO team forcibly took him. Natarajan, a 47 year old man who was picked up by the NGOs told TOI, “Those who refused to get their heads tonsured were beaten up with PVC pipes. We were ill-treated by the NGOs.I am a construction worker and I have a family in my hometown. But the NGO members treated me as destitute”.

4 men took him by force and pushed inside a van when he was returning from hospital after getting medicines for his ailment. A man from Kolkata who was begging was also forcibly taken and locked up in the building. Another man accused the ‘activists’ of abducting him while he was waiting for the bus at 11.30 in the night after work. In the video the victims also accuse the NGO members of burning their possessions including their identity cards.

After the inmates and villagers protested, Tehsildar and Superintendent of Police inspected the place and enquired the inmates. TOI reported the Tehsildar saying, “I visited the shelter and interacted with the people forcibly kept there. Around 100 people have families and they were illegally detained and ill- treated. So, I lodged a complaint with the Thondamuthur police who registered a case”. Based on the complaint B Jubin, 44, from Anbu Jothi Ashram at Viluppuram; K George, from Paralogathin Pathai TrustA Selvin, 49, from Pugalidam Trust, V Balachandran, 36, from Meetpu Trust, C Arun, 36, from Anbu Jothi Ashram and S Symon Senthilkumar, 44, from Adaikkala Karangal were arrested.

BJP and Hindu organisations who protested against the NGOs accused the latter of illegal organ harvesting and conversion by force. Coimbatore South MLA and BJP Women’s wing National President Vanathi Srinivasan demanded a CB-CID inquiry into the issue on the suspicion that religious conversion could be the motive behind the abductions. She also alleged that DMK office bearers were behind the ‘abduction drive’ and pointed out loopholes in the FIR.

While AHTU Inspector Rosalin claimed that 11 NGOs got the district collector’s permission for the ‘drive’ to ‘rescue destitute’, the collector said that his office did not issue any written approval to the NGOs. “We are trying to find out if they gave the police a false letter or their application letter. They might have shown the letter requesting permission”, he said. 

All the available information shows that it could very well be a missionary activity to convert people and beg for funds from abroad by showing perfectly fine people as destitute and mentally challenged. As the Ministry of Home Affairs has stopped publishing the annual and quarterly returns of foreign funded NGOs in the FRCA website, it has become difficult to find out the financial background of these NGOs. One should remember a similar incident of locking up ‘destitutes’ in the name of providing palliative care in Trichy. 

Details about St.Joseph’s Hospice for the Destitute came out after a 70 year old Hindu woman who was taken in the hospice’s vehicle along with a corpse shouted for help on the road. Accusations of organ and bone harvesting surfaced against the institution following the incident. District officials were shocked to find that inmates of the hospice once dead were buried in vaults on the same campus. But the Catholic church vehemently defended the hospice and its founder Fr.Thomas and the issue died down. Now a similar issue has come to fore, but with pro-Christian DMK government at helm, no tangible outcome is expected.

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