In recent times, certain regions in India, including Bihar, have been embroiled in a controversial discourse regarding alleged cases of ‘Love Jihad,’ particularly focusing on the conversion of Hindu women to Christianity after being married to men from different faiths. While these stories have triggered widespread concern and debate, it’s essential to examine these incidents with a nuanced perspective that considers the complexities of individual experiences.
In Bihar, the sister and daughter of a Hindu family are being trapped in the trap of love and forced to marry the Christian religion. There, not just one or two but many cases of Christian love jihad have come to light.
One such Hunt Resort. He is the youngest in the family with two brothers and one sister, but when he turned 17, his neighbor John trapped him in his love trap in such a way that he could never be born. They were so brainwashed that they left their home and John’s family converted them to Christianity after 30 days. Not only this, this is also the story of a Hindu girl named Maya, who was trapped by a Christian boy, fell in love with her, changed her religion and then was abandoned after having two children.
Not only these two, but hundreds of girls in Seemanchal, Bihar have become victims of this new love jihad of Christians. This was revealed in a sting by Dainik Bhaskar. It is also worth noting here that in Seemanchal of Bihar, churches have been increasing in villages between 1999 and 2005. In this also, villages have been chosen to build churches instead of cities.
Similarly, Maya’s story echoes this pattern. A Hindu girl, she found herself in a relationship with a Christian boy, which ultimately led to marriage and her subsequent conversion to Christianity. After bearing two children, the relationship dissolved, leaving her grappling with the aftermath of religious conversion and the responsibilities of parenthood.(opindia news)