The United Hindu Front protested against numerous Christian missionaries who tried to distribute offensive material against Hindus at a book fair on Wednesday in Delhi’s Pragati Maidan. Also, the missionaries gave away free Bibles and encouraged non-Christian attendees to convert to Christianity.

According to allegations, Christian missionaries were giving away offensive material about Hindus and the Bible even to young children. According to it, they were attempting to get Hindus ready for conversion.


Once Dharmendra Bedi, the national vice president of the United Hindu Front, along with Rahul Manchanda, the group’s head in Delhi, and other UHF representatives came to the event, a protest broke out at the book fair.

The Rashtrawadi Shiv Sena’s national president and the Front’s worldwide executive president, Jai Bhagwan Goyal, alleged that people working for Christian missionaries were insulting Hindus and convincing them to become Christians.

Goyal has demanded that the book kiosks put up by the Christian missionaries be removed right away in the interim.

He added that the open conversions in the nation’s capital were promoted by the Kejriwal administration. Goyal further demanded that those involved in conversion activities receive strong punishment from law enforcement and the government.

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