If any one say that the “conversions have created resentment and social disharmony in their wake” in Indian society. Perhaps it is true in the case of Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh. Take “the Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act (FCRA), available on the website of the Union Home Ministry. During 2005-06, Rs 7,877 crore was received by way of foreign donations to various NGOs, up from Rs 5,105 crore in 2003-04. Tamil Nadu (Rs 1,610 crore) and Andhra Pradesh (Rs 1,011 crore) were among the highest recipients. The highest foreign donors were Gospel Fellowship Trust
If the official Christian population in
In my travels in Karnataka, my home state, I have seen significant conversions to Christianity having taken place in recent years wherever World Vision and other foreign-funded NGOs started their charitable activities. Kannada newspapers in the past few weeks have carried graphic accounts of how proselytisation is packaged with charity, especially targeting vulnerable sections of society” (Sudheendra Kulkarni “Conversations with foreign-funded charity”).
In fact is true that Tamil Nadu (5139) and Andhra Pradesh (4768) have highest number of “associations registered under the Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act, 1976”.