China releases a warning for its citizens about the religious cults practiced in India
The Ministry of Public Security (MPS) has issued an alert when a Taiwanese actress fostered a spiritual course offered by an Indian organization
China’s Ministry of Public Security clearly asked the citizens to stay cautious of the spiritual courses offered in India, quoting that some of them involve “sexual assault cases” as well.
Religious cults practiced in India?
Taiwanese actress Yi Nengjing or Annie Yi came forward and posted a lesson by a religious school in South India. Consequently, 2 days after the post, MPS released a warning for the citizens against the religious cults endorsed by the actress.
As soon as the actress featured a social media post, chaos was created on the social media platform in the form of comments. She broke the silence by claiming that she learned a lot about loving and caring about the family members in the sessions and hence wanted to promote it. She further added that she doesn’t have any intention of selling the lesson as she knows it is against the Chinese laws.
The China Anti-Cult Organization in its report referred to “Mr. Singh” who was arrested in 2017 for raping 200 women in India. The report indicated to Baba Ram Rahim Singh who has recently been sentenced to life imprisonment in the case of calling a murder of an Indian journalist in 2002.
It was noted by a Beijing based expert that the courses are a mix of Buddhism and Christianity which is somewhat similar to the South Korean Unification Church, which is considered a “cult” by the State Council of China’s cabinet.
The Chinese government only recognizes Catholicism, Islam, Daoism, Buddhism, and Protestantism as official religions and cults like Falun Group have been banned in India.
Religious cults practiced in India? True Or Not?
All we can say is that fraudulent Gurus like Ram Rahim Singh and Asaram Bapu are leading to a declining reputation of Indian religions in the eyes of the other countries.
The question here is who is to be blamed here? The Indian government for allowing the practice of religious lessons in India or us, the people who blindly believe the lessons of the next Guru we see on our television set. China has done marvelously well in the growth of its economy and India still foresees to match up. Partly, the reason behind it is the spiritually bound mindset of society. What’s your take on it? Tell us in the comments section below.