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Monday, October 3, 2022

Missionary predator funded by UK and Australia runs conversion racket targeting kids

Pastor Ranjt Abraham from Kerala running the biggest conversion syndicate with help of foreign funds from his UK and Australian NGO Heart for India and US charity organisation Christ for India (CFI). Heart for India (HFI) openly states aim of providing funds to convert Bharat.

In FY 2021-22, HFI and CFI have sourced cores of FCRA funds for its various Indian fronts like New India Church of God (NICOG), Bethesda Children Home (Orphanages), Bethesda Tailoring Institute, Bethesda Christian Academy and a network 4,500 Churches.

Pastor Ranjit Abraham operates more than 17 orphanages across Bharat where vulnerable orphans are forced to convert in exchange for shelter and food. Bethesda Christian Academy schools also openly accept enforcing Christianity on children.

We have accessed details of at least 10 such orphanages where orphan children are being converted and have alerted the authorities. This one is located in Cuttack operated by pastor MC Varghese and Sister Annie where 11 year old was converted and brainwashed to becoming a pastor.

In a video uploaded by an Australian missionary Robert Commandeur of CFI and HFI has agreed to taking part in conversion activities through their Indian Fronts of New India Church of God & Orphanages, thus violating tourist via rules.

Pastor Abraham in a interview to Christian Broadcasting Netwrk has boasted of using orphanages for Conversion & claimed to convert more than 6 lakh Hindus, calling Hinduism Demonic & Hindu Gods Demons. Video was later deleted. Watch archived video here

Therefore, it is fairly established that Pastor Abraham and New India Church of God are sourcing foreign funds and foreign Nationals to convert Children through orphanages, school and tailoring institute etc., violating FCRA and JJ Acts. Urge the government for action.

(This article has been compiled from the tweet thread originally tweeted by Legal Rights Observatory- LRO (@LegalLro) on September 14, 2022.)

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