Mother Teresa did conversion, in name of service: RSS leader Mangesh Bhende
Hubballi: Rashtriya Swayamsevaka Sangha (RSS) national office-bearer (Akhila Bharateeya Vyavastha Pramukh) Mangesh Bhende charged that Mother Teresa was indulged in conversion, and to run service centres in the country, she collected money in 17 countries, portraying India under a bad light.
Speaking at the inauguration of ‘Seva Sangam Karnataka-2017’ programme of the Rashtriya Seva Bharati here on Friday, he stated that Sister Nirmala who heads the Missionaries of Charity was also a Hindu earlier.
“Many people are proud of Mother Teresa for taking up service initiatives and starting around 500 service centres. But, she projected Indians as poor and illiterate to collect money from foreign countries. She was indulged in conversion activities, promising people that they would attain heavenly abode,” Mr Bhende said.
In the name of charity, Christian Missionaries are trying for conversion, and are trying to spoil the culture of our country. The so called service of government employees, politicians and Christian Missionaries are not service in actuality. Service should be selfless, and doing service without expecting anything in return is the essence of our religion, he added.