Christians Attacked

Jammu-Kashmir Christians attacked over forced conversion

India(Jammu and Kashmir):Rare incident in Jammu and Kashmir state after family claim their daughter was killed by her husband.
Hindus have burned down a church and shops belonging to Christians in India's Jammu and Kashmir state after a Hindu family alleged that their daughter was killed by her husband after she had been forced to convert to Christianity.

The violence is unusual in the Muslim-dominated state, where Christians have not faced any hostility from Hindus.

Tension is high in the Rajouri district bordering Pakistan following the Jan. 16 incident, with police on alert to prevent further violence.


Fasting Prayer meeting in the Indian State Chattisgragh attacked,women molested by radicals


Christian Fast-Prayer Meet Attacked In Chhattisgarh Village
New Delhi: Alleged rightwing Hindu radicals on December 6 attacked a group of Christians who were on fast and prayer at a village in central-eastern India.

The attack occurred at Tarra, a village near Ranjim, a town in the Gariaband district of Chhattisgarh state in central India.


Kerala: five radical Hindus arrested for attacking a Christian gathering
by Nirmala Carvalho
Those detained are apparently affiliated with the Rashtriya Swayamesevak Sangh, a Hindu extremist paramilitary group. The Global Council of Indian Christians praises the authorities’ swift action.

Mumbai (AsiaNews) – Police in Kerala arrested five people in connection with an attack against a Christian prayer group in Attingal.

According to law enforcement sources, the five could be members of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), a Hindu radical paramilitary group. Police, which is still looking for their accomplices, filed complaints against 20 people.


Attack on Christians: NHRC notice to Kerala

KOCHI: The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has issued notices to five states, including Kerala, after taking suo motu cognizance of a media report alleging acts of violence and atrocity against Christians.

The other four states to which notices have been issued are Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu.

A press release from the NHRC said that as per the media report, churches had been vandalized in Madhya Pradesh. Incidents of arson, stone pelting, attack on pastors and forcible conversions were also reported to have happened at Devas, Satna, Katni, Indore, Bhopal, Alipur and Mandla districts.