Swamiji sparks controversy at Saints’ Assembly in Bengaluru by encouraging Hindu boys to Convert Muslim Girls

Bengaluru, August 13: The Congress government is facing controversy after it was revealed that they are moving forward with the repeal of the anti-conversion and anti-cow slaughter laws. This news was discussed in a saints’ assembly held in Bengaluru today, where Aarooda Bharathi Swamiji delivered a controversial speech promoting love jihad and religious conversion.

In his address, Swamiji stated that it is not only Muslim men who practice love jihad, but Hindu boys as well. He urged Hindu boys to love and convert Muslim girls to their religion. This statement has sparked outrage and debate among religious communities and lawmakers.

The saints’ assembly also discussed the declining population of Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, and Buddhists, while the population of Muslims and Christians is increasing. Swamiji claimed that this is a result of forceful conversion through love jihad. While he acknowledged that conversion through inspiration is not wrong, he condemned forced conversions.

Yatigiri Yatiraja Narayana Ramanuja Jeeyar Swamiji, the head of Melukote Math, also spoke at the assembly, emphasizing the need for discussions among saints regarding religious conversion and cow slaughter. He called for a halt to both practices, stating that it will strengthen Sanatana Dharma (eternal religion) and promote harmony among all religions in India.

The assembly plans to present its decision to the state government and put pressure on them to reconsider the repeal of the anti-conversion and anti-cow slaughter laws. The Swamiji expressed faith in the government’s response and stated that the issue is the main focus, not any political party. Additionally, they plan to bring the matter to the attention of national leaders in the future.

The Congress government’s decision to repeal these laws has sparked a heated debate among religious leaders and the public. While some argue for the protection of religious freedom, others believe that the laws play a crucial role in preserving cultural and religious identity. The outcome of this controversy remains uncertain as the government faces mounting pressure from both sides.

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