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Assam takes stand against deceptive Evangelism: Landmark bill targets faith healing as tool for Conversions

“Assam takes stand against deceptive Evangelism: Landmark bill targets faith healing as tool for Conversions”, Swarajyamag, February 22, 2024:

“The Assam government introduced a landmark bill — the Assam Healing (Prevention Of Evil Practices) Bill, 2024 — to outlaw magical cures and faith healing camps by Christian proselytisers in the ongoing budget session of the assembly on Wednesday (21 February). 

The bill, introduced by Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pijush Hazarika on behalf of Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma, is a crucial one aimed at curbing the widespread faith-healing camps organised by Christian missionaries to lure and convert gullible people, especially tribals, to Christianity. 

Chief Minister Sarma had, earlier this month, announced on X his government’s resolve to ban such practices that deceitfully influence people and encourage them to convert…..”

Read the full article at Swarajyamag.com

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