How Indian Government Dealt With FCRA Violations By Christian Organisations

Ministry of Home Affairs

This report by a Delhi based think tank Vichar Vinimay Kendra is based on instances of FCRA violation by Christian
organizations & actions taken by the government on it, which are reported by various news agencies

The Foreign Contribution (regulation) Act 2010 was enacted with the
primary purpose of regulating the inflow of foreign contributions and ensuring
that the received foreign contributions are not utilized for illegal purposes. The
FCRA is applicable to all associations, groups and NGOs which intend to
receive foreign donations in India.
Issue of free-flowing foreign funding from Missionaries for the
conversion of Indian people to Christianity has come to the fore again.
Revelations came out during the recent (Nov 2020) raids by the Income-tax
Department on Kerala Church & its associated organizations have shaken the
country.

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