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According to USCIRF, India should be considered amongst the world’s worst violators.
India remains one of the countries in which Christian persecution is the most severe worldwide.
The Indian NGO Persecution Relief reported as many as 293 cases of Christian persecution in India in the first half of 2020.
Since Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi took office in 2014, over 11,000 NGO's lost their licenses to accept foreign funds.
They were banished from their home village because they refused to renounce their Christian faith and convert to Hinduism.
Sister Shobka Rani Talari is not a conventional nun; she is moving around India by motorcycle to help people in need.
In June, the Chief Minister of Haryana announced that his government would soon propose a bill to regulate religious conversions.
Persecution against Christians in India rose by over 40% in the first half of 2020, according to a report from Persecution Relief.