According to a report from OpIndia, a Christian pastor by the Balwinder Singh has been accused of duping a family, Rs 80,000 (about four hundred thousand Naira) and tricking them into converting into Christianity under the pretext of healing on healing their daughter who is suffering from a terminal illness (Cancer).
According to the victim who goes by the name Shubham Pandit who complained to the SSP office slated that he and his mother took his sister to the pastor after a disciple of the self-acclaimed healer approached Pandit and said the pastor had the power to cure his sister of the deadly disease, so he agreed and travelled to pastors place him, his mother and his sick sister to meet the pastor.
He said that the pastor at first requested Rs 1 lakh from him to treat his ailing sister and later settled for Rs 80,000 (about four hundred thousand Naira) for the treatment. the pastor made them stay for 12 days giving them oil and water which he called anointing oil and holy water and forcefully converted their religion as well to Christianity.
At the end of it all, neither his sister could be saved nor our money was given back by the pastor.
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