At least 128 people from 23 Christian families were ‘re-converted’ to Sikhism at a ceremony organised by an offshoot of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) in a Gurudwara in Amritsar.The Dharam Jagran Manch of RSS in a statement claimed that the 128 people had approached the leaders of the Dharam Jagran Cell expressing strong desire to return into the folds of Sikhism.Dharam Jagran Manch Punjab’s chief Ram Gopal said the re-conversion ceremony was held at Gurdwara Shiromani Shaheed Jeevan Singh.The Christians were re-converted after a ritual that included chanting of Japji Sahib, a Sikh hymn and given amulets bearing pictures of Sikh religious leaders and holy booklets.

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128 Christians ‘re-converted’ to Sikhism in Amritsar