Love Crusade: A Christian Girl Hides Her Identity, Marries a Hindu Boy, Forces Him to Convert and Eat Beef

A case of Love ‘Crusade’ has come into light from Uttar Pradesh. A young Christian woman hides her identity and marries a Hindu boy in Arya Samaj Mandir as per Hindu customs. Later she and her family pressurize the man to adopt Christianity and consume beef, as reported in the Hindi daily Jagran.

Vikram Singh, son of Jaipal Singh, is a tempo driver. He belongs to the Hindu Thakur community. About an year ago, he got in contact with a young woman. She introduced herself as belonging to Hindu Valmiki community. After a love affair, on 19th February, 2018, both of them got married in Noida’s Arya Samaj Mandir according to Hindu customs.

After getting married, the girl started showing her true colors. As per Vikram, she told him that she is a Christian and started pressurizing him to convert to Christianity and marry her in a Church. He has accused the girl of taking him to Church many times on pretext of going to a temple and pressurized him to marry her there. Few days ago, girl’s family members called the man to their house and assaulted him. They threatened him that if he does not changes his religion, they will not let the girl go with him.

Vikram has also accused girl’s family to feed him cow’s meat. They even offered him cash and house in order to convert to Christianity. However, Vikram stayed true to his original faith and somehow managed to escape from there.

He says that he has filed a complaint, against the girl and her family, to the SSP and later in Ganganagar Police Station. But no action has been taken by the police till now. He has accused the police of taking this case as mere domestic issues and not taking any strong action against the girl and her family.

Vikram says that he has an unwavering faith in Hindu Dharma. He will not adopt any other religion under any pressure. He has demanded justice.

(This news was pointed by Twitter user @Ayravata. )


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