Prahlad Remani, a state lawmaker with the Bharatiya Janata Party, made the statement at Independence Day celebrations. For the Global Council of Indian Christians, “the tally of anti-Christian incidents has topped 200” since the BJP came to power in 2008. The latest occurred on 15 August, when two Protestant clergymen were attacked by Hindu extremists and detained by police.
GCIC demands investigation into the withdrawal of criminal cases agaisnt Hindu Jagaran Vedike and other Hinduvta outfits.
"The radicals attack the minority community with impunity and these withdrawal of the cases after the Cabinet meeting of the Karnataka will embolden the extremists to continue thier reign of terror and get away scot free. This is a gross travesty of justice." according to Sajan K George, national president GCIC