Nurse Caught Preaching Christianity While On COVID Duty
On May 22, a case of religious preaching during government duty was revealed in Ratlam district, Madhya Pradesh. According to local reports, a nurse was caught in the tribal-dominated Bajala-dominated development block with advertising brochures preaching Christianity under the guise of educating people about food plans amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Residents apprehended the nurse and informed the police and administration of her actions.
During foreplay investigation, the police considered the allegations of disseminating religious propaganda to be true. It should be noted that door-to-door investigations are being carried out in the state of Madhya Pradesh to control the spread of Covid-19. The government has deployed teams of ANMs, nurses, anganbari and Asha to the campaign.
RSS activists grabbed the nurse
Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) activists on Saturday learned of the existence of a nurse identified as Sandhya Tiwari of the Rapid Response Team in Bajna, who was spreading Christianity by distributing leaflets while on duty. government. When she was conducting polls in the area, people opposed religious propaganda. RSS and other Hindu organizations have also arrived.
The nurse’s video has gone viral on social media
A video toured social media in which the nurse was confronted. In a video shared by BJP leader Somesh Paliwal, it can be seen that when asked repeatedly why she is handing out religious brochures with the diet plans, she asked the activist not to make a problem. with the mole.
# कील_कोरोना अभियान के दौरान रतलाम के आदिवासी बाहुल्य बाजना क्षेत्र में एक सरकारी महिला स्वास्थ्यकर्मी द्वारा धर्म विशेष का प्रचार किया जा रहा है। @drnarottammisra जी कृपया इसे संज्ञान में लेवें।@ChouhanShivraj@ DrMohanYadav51 @RatlamCollector @VishvasSarang @ rajneesh4n https://t.co/xRhmdi83cX pic.twitter.com/6smjgv2oLt
– Somesh Paliwal (@SomeshBJP) May 22, 2021
When the activist insisted on explaining, she said she was not talking about Jesus to everyone “but only to those in need” and claimed that she was also talking about diet, so nothing was wrong. was wrong in what she was doing by his side. The activist then asked people around if they wanted such preaching in their area, which they denied and raised objections to her actions.
The nurse continued to argue with the police for over an hour
When the police took her to the police station and interrogated her, she continued to argue with the police for about an hour to say that she had done nothing wrong. Tehsildar Bhagwandas Thakur also went to the police station and inquired about the allegations against the nurse. A report of the incident was sent to Sailana Deputy Magistrate (SDM) Kamini Thakur, in which Tehsildar mentioned that the complaint was found to be mostly correct.
SDM Thakur said she received the complaint and found it to be true during the preliminary investigation. It was sent to the collector for further action.
Contents of the leaflet
The leaflet, which the nurse distributed, contained information on Christian TV shows, websites and more. It also contained information about prayers etc.
The nurse was making false claims that by praying to Jesus people can save themselves from Covid-19 infection.
The IMA chief has also been criticized for using the pandemic to spread Christianity
Recently, the head of the Indian Medical Association, Dr JA Jayalal, faced a lot of criticism for the pandemic of trafficking to spread Christianity. He was in favor of using hospitals to convert to Christianity. Dr Jayalal wanted his professional qualifications and his recently acquired position as head of the Indian Medical Association to be used to promote Christian evangelism led by Christian missionaries. He saw the coronavirus outbreak as an opportunity that could be exploited to convert medical students, patients and fellow doctors to Christianity.