Indore-Madhyapradesh

Madhya Pradesh High Court releases detained Christian children to parents

The parents said they were concerned about the safety of their wards and that despite requests the police did not release them.The children and parents were reunited outside the Madhya Pradesh High Court premises on Monday.
A week after seven Christian children were made to deboard a train at the railway station here by Hindu Dharm Jagran Manch activists, the Madhya Pradesh High Court on Oct 30 handed over the children to their parents.

Three churches attacked in Indore

Three churches attacked in Indore-A local outfit called the Sanskritik Jagran Manch had threatened "direct action"if went ahead with the inauguration of a organisation. Official sources described the Manch as a right-wing Hindu organisation
INDORE, MAY 12. Miscreants and radicals ransacked St. Paul's CNI church damaging the holy cross and hurled stones at two other churches in the city here last night.

Father Ramesh Chandekar of St. Paul's Church informed that miscreants damaged the holy cross, the prayer place and broke holy utensils and the mike system.

Pastors attacked in Indore-MP

Nehru Nagar-Indore (M.P): On Wednesday, 21-12-11 Pastor Dilip Wadia (32) in Charge of Light Giving Church was invited by his brother- in-law, Kailash Gormeys (42), to his house in Nehru Nagar, Indore. Pastor Dilip, accordingly, went Nehru Nagar with his family and some other believer friends – altogether about 24 people - 4 men and 20 kids and ladies put together. The program was going on at the terrace. In addition to their usual prayers, they also planned to screen a film on the life of Jesus.

Pastors attacked in Indore-MP

Indor-23rd December

On 21.12.2011 as Pastor Dilip Wadia [32 years old] of Light giving Church was invited by his Brother in Law Kailash Gormeys [42 years old] house in Nehru Nagar Indore.Dilip went with his team to their house they even asked to show the Jesus Film to them.