The Indian NGO Persecution Relief reported as many as 293 cases of Christian persecution in India in the first half of 2020.
Persecution against Christians in India rose by over 40% in the first half of 2020, according to a report from Persecution Relief.
Increasing discrimination and religious polarisation have become a reality for Pentecostal pastors carrying out their ministry.
After the expulsion, the Christian family was brutally attack by radical Hindu nationalists and were unable to return
It is reported she faced serious threats from radical Hindu nationalists
According to local sources, a group of unknown people took Pastor Munsi from his house, his body was later discovered by his wife
The police acted after Christian leaders complained about the incident to Haryana’s Chief Minister.
On May 20, the home of two Adivasi Christian families was attacked by a mob of radical Hindu nationalists.
“These anti-conversion laws are tools for intimidating, mistreating, and frightening the tiny Christian community”