I think only the south part of Goa is christian.
I have been to Goa, there are a lot of churches that sitting on old Hindu temples.
There are also Hindu temples in Portuguese style but there are older structures of older temples.
Goa also had their own inquisitions.
The elections were all fraud as well. My mother has many Christian friends from goa who hate modi and bjp. And they were saying that bjp even won in the areas with strong Christian populations which is impossible.
I agree I think these people are payed. Social media is way more influential than books, tv or radio so they have now moved onto the internet.
There are countless sites like these. There's a Twitter page called indology which had countless tweets on how the gurus worshiped devis etc
And then you have people like that nihang nidar man with his books and sanatan sikhi websites.
You have parcharks like that trilochan with his red tilak and guru ma anandmurti with their blend of sikh and hindu speeches. Believe it or not but many aunties actually like listening to these fake babe that mix sikhi with hindu stuff.
They are paid to do it. Like I said, it's not random weirdos trolling in their spare time for kicks. For years I baulked at the idea of it, thinking it sounded too much like a dodgy conspiracy theory, but having read up on the way information is weaponised in this information and digital age, it's clear that there's an official apparatus to these operations.
Due to these activities being relatively new as technology has progressed over the past few decades, it makes sense that controlling the flow and content of information on the apparently "lawless" internet is arguably more important to nation states and certain powerful factions than similar social and ideological engineering executed on television, radio, and other legacy forms of entertainment.