Christians in Uttar Pradesh are worried that the approved draft law could push religious minorities into a more hostile situation.
Open Doors shared four stories of Christians who became homeless due to their religion.
This act of anti-Christian violence took place in the central region of Telangana.
Similar demands have also been made in the states of Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand.
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The local authorities looked the other way.
Christian leaders condemned this campaign saying it conflated the issues of religion and caste.
Fifteen nationalists broke in and attacked the Christians with wooden clubs and sticks.
Meanwhile, Hindu radicals are running campaign to convert locals.