by Nirmala Carvalho
In Uttar Pradesh, a radical Hindu group filed a complaint against the Christian man, accusing him of forced conversions. Although there is no evidence of the use of force, the police placed him in a state of preventive detention for 14 days. "This is a serious violation of human rights," said GCIC president Sajan K George
Mumbai (AsiaNews) - Arvind D'Souza was stopped by the police "for reasons of public order," even though he had committed no crime. The incident occurred on 2 January in the district of Amethi, in Uttar Pradesh.