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Reject the Faith and Eat Too?

While much focus has been on the growing tensions between Christians and the Islamic world, the Hindus in Indian aren't exactly keen on Christianity either.

A staged "re-conversion" is reigniting controvery in Indian over the role of Christianity in this part of the world. The local bishop claims the conversion and reconversion were both staged for political reasons.

The tricky part is the Catholic diocese is deeply involved in food and health programs in the area, and while Hindus may be opposed to the faith, "the SS [Hindu fundamentalist party] was keen on holding talks with Christian missioners on issues such as malnutrition, deprivation and illiteracy in Melghat."

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