Bahais caught ‘cheating’ again in Panchgani
July 20, 2012 9 Comments
For centuries Indians have been forcefully converted into other religions. Religious conversion has profoundly affected our cultural legacy by the after-effects of genocidal coercive religious conversion. It has left its wounding imprint on our individual psyches and our collective consciousness.
Although coercive religious conversion of Hindus in India and abroad has deep historical roots, recent deceptive religious conversion techniques used by Baha’i Religion pose serious political, social, ethical and psychological problems.
They forcefully converted Hindus by inducement and deception. Many poor illiterate tribal people in Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra were deceptively converted into Baha’i Faith, although anti conversion law is passed in 11 of the states in India. This will have a disastrous effect on India’s political, cultural and social fabric.
The Police officials many times have reprimanded Bahais of their hypocritical behavior and warned them not to teach Bahai Religion to the students/staff of NETTC as well as locals of Wai and Panchgani
The cunning Bahais have now changed their strategy and in the name of teaching English language to the students, have been giving them Bahai Teachings which is a crime on this tiny tots.
Mr. Milind Ekbote (President of Samasta Hindu Aghadi), Mr. Sagar Malusare andMr. Kashinath Shelar and others truly deserve appreciation and congratulations on behalf of all the TRUE INDIANS who love their MOTHERLAND more than anything else
I request all the peace and truth loving persons not to be cheated by the Bahai propaganda of ‘Love and Unity’ and keep on exposing their evil deeds towards our Motherland not only in Panchgani but in entire length and breadth of our beloved country, India.
From Behind, the Bahai Organization is controlled by three Iranians, Omid Seoshansian, Lesan Azadi and Marzia Rohani. For the sake of cheating the Indians they keep some paid Marathi speaking people in front. Like Govind Kasurde, Rajib Barua and Dr. Rajan Sawant. These Local people are paid by the Bahais.
I have worked in a Bahai School, so I know their way of working.
The above news was reported in several local newspapers, the cuttings of which are available below: