Kashmir, two Christians arrested on false charges of forced conversions
by Nirmala Carvalho
A Muslim mob attacked two men, five women and two children, all of English origin. The police prevented the destruction of their house, but have arrested two Christians. Leader of the Global Council of Indian Christians (GCIC): "The growing anti-Christian intolerance is alarming."
Srinagar, : Police Wednesday said they are looking into the complaints by the residents of Shivpora Srinagar about the alleged conversions in the area and have evacuated some foreigners from the place. Soon after protests erupted in Purnibal Shivpora area, large contingents of Police arrived on the spot and evacuated two men, five women and two children—all foreigners. Police have also sealed the building where the foreigners stayed for the past four years on rental basis.
Budgam, Karipore, Srinagar: 22-01-2013 – Evangelist Ghulam Muhammad Ganie is a member of Christ the Church of Kashmir, and he works for the Hindustan Bible Institute of Kashmir. On the night of 15th January 2013, he was arrested by the police from the Kothi Bagh Police Station in Srinagar, and a case was filed against him. He was then simply detained and kept in the police station for his Christian activities in Kashmir till the 19th of January when he was released on bail.