Christian missionaries Recently visited Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s estranged wife Jashodaben.

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According to a report published in Amar Ujala, a team of Christian missionaries recently visited Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s estranged wife Jashodaben.

Brother Peter Paul, who was one of the visitors, said, “I have heard about her prayers and her loneliness. Her soul-touching story affected me. I heard through newspaper that she is in Mumbai.  I searched for her whereabouts and went to meet her with my colleagues.”

“I have worked with Mother Teresa for 10 years. I saw a glimpse of Mother Teresa in Jashodaben,” Paul emphasized. He also added that Jashodaben has same positive aura as Mother Teresa had around her.

Jashodaben with a group of Christian Missionary

Jashodaben with a group of Christian missionaries

Peter and his team also invited Jashodaben to join their mission. The report further states that Jashodaben showed her willingness about joining the team. She appreciated the invite and said that she would like to work for the mission. However, she also added that the final decision will be taken by her family.

Peter stressed that he was not advertising religious conversions, but he wanted Jashodaben to help lots of destitute and helpless Hindus by teaching Geeta and Ramayan to them. He believes that it will also help Jashodaben to get liberation from the lifestyle she is living.

It is interesting to note that while Hindu groups are maligning their names by getting involved in redundant regressive proceedings like Valentine’s Day diktats, Christian missionaries are smartly spreading their messages and reaching out to all kinds of people. If Hindu groups keep prioritizing trivial issues over important issues like women upliftment, they will surely be sidelined by all the communities over a period of time