The Andhra Pradesh government has invited Christians and Muslims to a free drone pilot training course, BJP leaders say.

Vishnu Vardhan Reddy, BJP General Secretary of Andhra Pradesh, shared on Twitter that YS Jagan Mohan Reddy Govt has launched a drone pilot training program for candidates from only two minority communities. According to a poster shared by BJP leaders, this course is offered by the Drone Institute of Technology (DIT) in Andhra Pradesh. An ad published inviting applicants to attend an offline course specifically states that the course offers free training and placement only to Christian and Islamic candidates.

Questioning Andhra CM YS Jagan Mohan Reddy’s anti-Hindu prejudice, the BJP leader tweeted: It can lead to community tensions, Andhragvt has a very dirty politics with our students. They should regain this decision. “

As you can see, the ad shared by the BJP leaders includes a photo of CMYS Jagan Mohan Lady along with the Andhra Pradesh emblem. Quite bold, it states that this course was developed to provide free training for drone flight and subsequent free placement, but strictly for Christians and Muslims only.

The poster also contains two numbers that applicants can call for registration or inquiries. However, when OpIndia tried to make a call, both numbers were not always reachable.

Poster shared by BJP readers

In particular, Andhra Pradesh’s opposition has spent a great deal of money on serving the Christian community, with the aim of encouraging conversion activities by Christian YS Jagan Reddy since he became Prime Minister of Andra. I have always blamed him for being there.

Jagan’s anti-Hindu prejudice and his gentle attitude towards conversion and the appeasement of the now important minority Andorra Christians are open secrets. Experts have expressed concern about the spread of prizes offered to the Christian community by the YS Jagan Mohan Lady-led Andorra Pradesh State Government in an attempt to encourage ordinary Andorra citizens to convert to Christianity.

In fact, last year, the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled State Commission (NCSC) notified Andhra Pradesh to report on the steps taken against a strong conversion targeting the State’s Scheduled Castes (SC) community. Did.

NCSC was designated by the Legal Rights Protection Forum, a group of Hindu legal activists, and the SC-ST Rights Forum, a non-profit legal organization working for Dalit rights, in January 2020. I realized that I wrote a letter to the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Committee. Cast (NCSC) over rampant forced conversions by Christian missionaries and churches.

In 2019, the Jagan government raised the financial assistance given to Christian pilgrims going to Jerusalem from 40,000 rupees to 60,000 rupees for people with an annual income of up to 30,000 rupees. The amount of aid given to those who earn more than 30,000 rupees a year has been increased to 30,000 rupees.

In August 2019, the Government of Jagan announced that it would offer Christian ministers the honor of 5,000 rupees per month. The Andorra government is also working to initiate housing planning and financial support for the poor areas of the Christian community.

According to the 2011 census, the Christian community in Andrapradesh accounts for about 1.4% of the total population, but it is estimated that the number of believers in the state is high due to the increase in conversion. ..

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