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[quote][A report by a Delhi-based voluntary organisation has accused the Gujarat government of collaborating with Sangh organisations in forcibly converting tribals to Hinduism in the Dang district of Gujarat.
The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh and its affiliated organisations like the Vanvasi Kalyan Parishad and the Hindu Jagran Manch have organised a Shabri Kumbh on February 11-13 in Dang district, which is one of the smallest and poorest districts in Gujarat with a population of 1,86,000.
The massive mobilisation of the tribal community in the district by an RSS-affiliated organisation has become controversial in view of the allegations regarding 'Hindukaran' (proselytisation) of the tribals.
In Dang, tribals comprise 92 per cent of the population while Christians are less than 5 per cent.
The Shabri Kumbh has become a sensitive issue because more than 5 lakh tribals are expected to participate in the festival.
A Delhi-based voluntary organisation had formed a citizen's inquiry committee comprising Digant Oza, social activist, Shabnam Hashmi of Act Now for Harmony and Democracy, Rohit Prajapati, human rights activist, Ram Puniyani, secretary of the All India Secular Forum, and others to inquire into the mass mobilisation of tribals and the intentions of its motivators.
According to their report, the Gujarat government is openly collaborating with Sangh organisations in 'forcible conversion' called ghar vapsi (return home). Under this, tribals are taken back into Hindu society.
According the report, the Gujarat government and Sangh activists are engaged in a systematic campaign to divide the Dang adivasis on religious lines. Sangh activists are doing this ostensibly to 'counter the proselytisation activities of the Christian missionaries' and saving the 'Hindu adivasis'.
"The Sangh Parivar is actively involved in the conversion of tribals to Hinduism. The systematic hate campaign against Christians has created fear. Christians are threatened and some of them have taken out their cross," Hashmi said.
According to the committee, the RSS is targeting not only tribals of Dang, but they are also spreading out to the forests of Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Rajasthan and Orissa.
"It's time to have a social audit of their activities," said Oza.
Instead of building roads and bridges, providing them drinking water, health and education, Sangh organisations are dividing tribals on religious lines, the report claims./quote]