IMA President
A complaint has been filed with the Ministry of Home Affairs against John Rose, President Austin Jayalal, the National President of the Indian Medical Association, seeking action against him for abusing his power and resorting to proselytization during the pandemic. Legal Right Protection Forum, a legal-activism group has written a detailed letter to the center demanding strict action against John Rose Austin Jayalal, accusing him of using the Covid-19 pandemic to spreading Christianity.
The LRPF pointed vulture-like approach of IMA President 
“This is nothing short of a vulture-like approach to human – suffering, death and devastation. In the weakest moments of their lives, instead of giving comfort and solace to the suffering millions, Dr Jayalal and his team of rabid evangelists are making grandiose plans to exploit the sufferings of fellow humans by converting them to Christianity,” the complaint said.  The LRPF has pointed out two interviews given by Jayalal where he had expressed strong views about proselytizing Hindus. The complaint mentions Jayalal’s interview with Haggai International, where he says that the “Hindu Nationalist government wants to destroy modern medicine.”
Christianity is growing during pandemic- IMA president 
“They want to make it one nation, one system of medicine. Next, they will want to make it one religion. This is an indirect way for the government to introduce the language of Sanskrit and the language of Hindutva into the minds of the people,” Jayalal had said in that interview.  In another interview to Christianity Today, Jayalal had said that it was the Church that took care of the poor people, implying that the government did not do anything. “I am able to see, even amid persecution, even amid difficulties, even amid the control by the government, even among the restrictions we face in openly proclaiming the message, by various means and ways, Christianity is growing,” he said.
Not just Christian evengelism, Dr Jayalal is known to harbour extreme hatred towards the ruling dispensation as he had consistently targeted the leaders of the BJP including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union Health Minister Dr. Harsh Vardhan and UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath by sharing misleading claims, cartoons and hashtags revealing his ideology.
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