Charoda conversion case and propaganda

A Christian priest converted twenty members of five Hindu families to Christianity in a church located in Charoda, Durg district of Chhattisgarh. After the knowledge, some residents reached there, but the pastor ran away through the backdoor. The priest was identified as Pastor Pramod Pichale.
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Some news agencies have reported that three women belonging to Saraswati Shishu Mandir School were arrested, and a case has been lodged against them in connection with the above conversion attempt. However, after the verification from our source, we found that no complaint has been lodged in relation to this conversion attempt; as a result, no person has been arrested by the police. Apart from this, it has also been found that there is no involvement of any member of the school in this conversion attempt. However, a large number of Bibles and other materials were confiscated from the site where conversion was attempted.
Reconversion of five families
Dr. Vishal Chandrakar reconverted these five families to return to Hinduism as per Vedic rituals. The five families told that these church people used to come daily during the lockdown. They always talked about how Christianity is peaceful. They used to criticize Hinduism and question what Hindu and Hindu society gave them in lockdown, alleged the families while talking to the police, Hari Bhoomi reported.