Hindu organizations are demanding action on the matter of changing the religion of Uttarakhand’s Nitin by giving greed (Saharanpur Religious Conversion). Nipun Bharadwaj associated with Bajrang Dal says that Nitin was converted in Rajasthan.
Saharanpur Religious Conversion: ‘Forcibly converted to religion after marrying a beautiful girl and luring a job’ Nitin made a big disclosure after returning to Hinduism.
The case of forcible conversion of a person from Uttarakhand, Nitin Pant, has been exposed in Rajasthan. Nitin alias Ali Hasan, who reached the shelter of Hindu organizations of Saharanpur, narrated the ordeal and made shocking revelations. According to Pant, he was made to convert to Islam by threatening to kill the family at gunpoint. Not only this, after this illegal conversion that took place ten years ago, he was imprisoned in a way in Rajasthan for 6 years. Later, somehow Pant reached the shelter of Hindu organizations in Muzaffarnagar district of Uttar Pradesh and was able to return to Hinduism.
After living in the Muslim religion for 10 years in Saharanpur, UP, Nitin Pant of Uttarakhand has returned to Hinduism again. After returning to his religion, the danger to his life has increased.
After living in Muslim religion for 10 years in Saharanpur, UP, Nitin Pant of Uttarakhand has again returned to Hinduism (Saharanpur Nitin Convert Again In Hindu). He says that after returning to his religion, the danger to his life has increased. That is why he along with Hindu organizations has sought protection from the UP Police. According to the news, Nitin Pant was forced to convert to Islam by the lure of job, house, money and marriage with a beautiful girl. After which his name was changed to Ali Hasan. It is alleged that Nitan Pant’s religion was changed in Rajasthan.
Nitin has revealed that he had come in contact with some Muslim boys in Alwar, after which he was forcibly converted to Islam. But after 10 years he has once again returned to Hinduism. He says that he has informed SP City Rajesh Kumar about his return to Hinduism. Along with this, he has also given an application to the police for legal action.
Nitin Pant of Uttarakhand was forcibly made Ali Hasan in Rajasthan! Revealed in UP.
Hindu organizations are demanding action on the matter of changing the religion of Nitin of Uttarakhand by giving greed. Nipun Bharadwaj associated with Bajrang Dal says that Nitin was converted in Rajasthan. It is being told that Nitin, a resident of Uttarakhand, had gone to Rajasthan in 2010 for a job. At the same time, some people from other community took him to Mewat by luring him to get a job and marry a beautiful girl. After which he was forcibly forced to accept Islam. Not only this, he was also beaten up for protesting.
Nitin was forced to convert to religion after receiving death threats to the family. For the safety of the family, he had to obey the bullies. After which he was forcibly converted to Islam. He was forcibly kept in a madrasa in Umahi village of Saharanpur by the conversion gang. It is being told that Nitin managed to escape from the madrasa as soon as he got the chance. As soon as he reached Saharanpur after running away, he met the people of the Hindu organization and told them the whole incident. After which Hindu organizations are demanding strict action against the conversion gang. At the same time, after purifying Nitin Pant, he was returned to Hinduism.
Pant alias Hassan to the victim, says that when he narrated the incident to Nipun Bharadwaj associated with the Hindu organization in Saharanpur, then there was a way for him to return to religion. Nipun Bharadwaj, who belongs to Bajrang Dal, says that the government should take strict action against those who treat Nitin illegally and inhumanly. Nipun Bharadwaj and Balaji Ghat’s director Atul Tuli assured him of getting Nitin Pant back to religion by getting the purification done soon.
Here, in the whole matter, City SP Rajesh Kumar said that after hearing the incident of the youth, an application has been taken from the youth in this regard, on the basis of which necessary action will be taken after investigation. Kumar, however, hesitated to say anything about the investigation into the madrasas that the victim has alleged.