Lucknow: As usual, the whole pseudo-secular media joined their hands together to protect the conversion propaganda going on in Christian-managed schools aiming innocent Hindu kids.
The protest march led by BJP to Loreto Convent School in Lucknow was the top story for our media, rather than highlighting the fraud of the Christian priest who claimed to be Jesus himself and performed his horrible drama in front of the school assembly.
Another incident was reported from Maharashtra recently about a Christian school, which conducted exams on Ganesh Chathurthi holiday. Reports of breaking Rakhi, wiping off tilak, penalising for wearing bindi, compulsory attendance of church and participating in their prayers were also in practice in many of the missionary-ran schools.
Missionaries, which claim themselves to be the founders of modern education, always had their own agenda behind this education business. They not only receive huge foreign funds for propagating their religion, but they also collect huge sum from students as fees. There is no charity involved in any of these so-called missionary schools.
The Christian-managed self-finance colleges all over Kerala are a typical example of how their charity education has turned out to be the biggest business for collecting money for fraudulent conversions.
For the media, money is more important than the value of a society, as many of the private TV channels are known for airing the conversion gimmicks.