Pastor and family threatened and attacked by radical nationalists in India
On July 10, a radical Hindu nationalist threatened and attacked Pastor Rukachand Fulmali’s home in an attempt to demolish his house church and remove the cross. The incident took place in the Nabarangpur district of India’s Odisha state.
According to local sources, a group of radical nationalists attacked Pastor Fulmali, saying:
“You have received the Christian religion, built a church in the village, and converted some of our villagers to Christianity. We will not allow you to reside in the village. We will kill and burn all of your family members.”
As these threats were being made, the radicals threw heavy stones at Pastor Fulmali’s home. These stones broke roof sheets over five rooms.
During the attack, Pastor Fulmali and his family did not come out of their home. The Hindu nationalists did not leave the home until 3:00 a.m. in an effort to also attack Pastor Fulmali.
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