Case registered against 60 people for religious conversion in UP, one Vice Chancellor also named

Fatehpur Religious Conversion Case: In Fatehpur district of Uttar Pradesh (Uttar Pradesh), a case has been registered against 10 named people including a Vice Chancellor and 50 other unknown people for alleged illegal religious conversion. The police gave this information on Saturday (January 21). Circle Officer (City) Veer Singh said that the police have registered the case in response to the complaint of Sarvendra Vikram Singh, a resident of Bahauddinpur village under Gosaiganj police station area of ​​Sultanpur district. 

Sarvendra Vikram Singh said in the complaint that he had come to Fatehpur on January 25, 2021 for some work. Where he met a person named Ramchandra, a resident of Sujarhi village of Khaga Kotwali. Who told him that Prayagraj’s Sam Higginbottom University of Agriculture, Technology and Sciences (SHUATS) is giving money on converting to Christianity and will also bear the ongoing expenses for his family.

Lure of money and job

Case registered against 60 people

The police officer said, "Sarvendra had converted from Hinduism to Christianity. After this he again converted to Hinduism and then after realizing his mistake lodged a complaint with the police." 

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