Madras HC Accepts A Woman’s Conversion By VHP, Citing It As An ‘Internationally Acclaimed Organisation’


The Madras Superior Court has reportedly accepted the conversion ceremony of a Christian girl to Hinduism, done by the Vishwa Hindu Parishad and given her the go in advance to for her to be part of the work of a a junior graduate instructor less than the Scheduled Caste group.

In the process, Justice R Suresh Kumar, heaped lavish praise on the radical Hindu organisation whose president experienced asked cow vigilantes—responsible for numerous lynching deaths in the country—to be fearless.

The Periods of India quoted Kumar as saying, “The Vishwa Hindu Parishad, just one of the reputed and internationally acclaimed organisations for Hindu faith, which is continually and steadfastly propagating the greatness and richness of Hinduism and Hindu rites and customs in this region, had carried out the vital pooja identified as Shuddhi Satangu on November 1, 1998. The identify of the petitioner, which was initially Daisy Flora, has been modified into A Megalai. On completion of the pooja by pandits of Vishwa Hindu Parishad, it has been declared that she experienced converted from Christianity to Hinduism.”

The report added that Megalai was married to a Hindu gentleman. The female was reportedly denied a situation by the Teachers Recruitment Board on grounds that just marrying a Hindu does not suffice for getting a career under the Scheduled Caste group, but was given the position on an interim get.

She moved the superior court in 2004.

The New Indian Express claimed that though Added Advocate-General Nirmala Sampath instructed the court that Megalai could not claim the standing of a Hindu just by mere conversion and essential to be recognized by the neighborhood for all needs, Kumar claimed that the court would take it considering that VHP was a reputed organisation with units by means of the state.





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