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Police confirmed the incident. Minister of State for Home Nityanand Rai, who introduced the Bill on behalf of Union Home Minister Amit Shah, defended making Aadhaar a mandatory identification document for all the office bearers of an NGO or an association seeking foreign donations. The FIR also mentions 10 unnamed accused. Two of the suspended NGOs are in Jharkhand and right-wing groups exploit tribal people and Dalits, who benefit from the social outreach in predominantly tribal areas. He said the Supreme Court order allowed the government to make a separate law in areas where Aadhar card is required.
Woman beheaded for refusing to convert to Islam after marriage A Muslim man in northern India beheaded his Hindu wife one-and-a-half months after their marriage because she refused to convert to Islam, a local newspaper reported.
To justify the bill, its proponents cite "forced conversions" by missionary Graham Staines, who was murdered with his two sons by Hindu radicals in Data by the Supreme Court show instead that conversions are incidental. All three bills have already been passed by the Lok Sabha. Jharkhand had witnessed the lynching of several tribal people and Muslims on unsubstantiated charges of cow slaughter or beef possession during the tenure of its BJP-led government Deepak Kullu, 26, a tribal Christian from Bherikudar in Simdega, about km southwest of Ranchi, said a group of more than 25 stick and rod-wielding people had entered the village early on September 16 morning.
He said villagers suspected trouble when they noticed unusual movements and gatherings in the villages. The 55 to 60 Christians in Koraput District have been sheltering together each night for the past six months, fearful of more assaults after villagers burned their makeshift church structure in March and beat men, women and children on July Two villagers assaulted a Christian family at 1 a. Police threaten to charge pastor, frame son with crimes, if he refuses to stop sharing Gospel A Christian pastor in northern India was forced to papers renouncing all religious activity — including sharing the Gospel or holding worship in his home — after a police officer threatened to file false charges against him and his teenage son.
The men were apparently residents of nearby villages. Under the legislation, NGOs must use an Aadhaar card, a biometric electronic document, in order to conduct financial transactions with foreign sources. The third bill is also scheduled to be moved in the Upper House. In June, an educational center run by a Christian organization was attacked. Such licences are mandatory for non-profit organisations to receive foreign funds.
Indian government puts NGOs under electronic control 'to avoid forced conversions' NGOs will need an Aadhaar card to conduct financial transactions with abroad. Hindu extremists terrorise small Pentecostal community in Uttar Pradesh Members of the Yuva Shakti Sangathan accuse a Christian clergyman of trying to convert hundreds of Hindus.
But for the controversial farm bills, the Rajya Sabha should have voted using a division. UCA News reports that four youths were arrested in connection with the murder of a Christian woman, Suman Munda, 25, killed in Redhadi, a village in Khunti district, on July A local pastor who requested anonymity told International Christian Concern that Munda converted to Christianity six years ago. The fanatic group is asking us to go back to Hinduism. What happened to him and his two children was wrong.
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Even after a week, state police have not registered Christians' complaint against the tribal group that attacked them on Sept. The Lok Sabha passed the Foreign Contribution Regulation Amendment Bill, on Monday even as the Opposition raised concerns that the legislation may be used to target political opponents and religious minorities.
The case of Anglican missionary Graham Staines, killed with his two sons in a fire started by Hindu radicals on 22 January family picturecame up during the discussions in the house. Rajesh Gupta's wife is in hospital with a fractured hand and leg. A Christian father of seven in northern India was hospitalized for more than two weeks after Hindu extremists with iron rods interrupted his night prayers with his family and beat him at his home.
Law enforcement and local officials have tried to pacify the villagers without success. Following his ostracism from his community, Munsi, who was part of a Maoist separatist group prior to his conversion to Christianity, continued to evangelize, leading nearly two dozen families to Christ. Sunday saw chaos in the Rajya Sabha as the three critical bills on the agricultural sector were up for vote. When the pastor refused to comply with their demands, he was chased out of the village. In that light, how two of the bills were passed in the Rajya Sabha on Sunday was deeply problematic.
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Persecution watchdog International Christian Concern reports that on July 10, unknown Hindu extremists murdered Pastor Munsi Thado, 35, and left his body in the forest near Badpari village in the Godcharoli district of Maharashtra state.
During the debate, members of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party BJPa Hindu nationalist party, expressed concerns about forced conversions and the role played by Christian missionaries. Rev Santosh Kannaujia denies the allegations.
His sister tried to shield him, and they beat her too, she said. Pappu Kumar, released from a hospital on Thursday Aug. Faridabad, Hindu radicals attack Pentecostal pastor and family It is yet another anti-Christian attack in the country. The State of Chhattisgarh has had an anti-conversion law since Although the incident happened on September 16 and a police complaint was lodged the next day, the matter became public only on September 25 when former zilla parishad member and social activist Neel Justin Beck told a local news portal about it.
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The GCIC firmly condemned the action of the radical Hindu group, which caused clashes by disseminating false information. What kind of justice is this? Critics, however, have argued that these new agricultural policies will lead to farmers losing out on guaranteed purchase prices for their crops, to the benefit of large corporations. Police said they recovered the mobile phone of the victim, a knife and an iron rod from the suspects.
The attack came after Christians refused to the rituals and prayers of the indigenous Sarna religion. A crowd of people opposed to indigenous people following Christianity vandalized 16 houses of tribal Christians in three villages — Kakrabeda, Singanpur and Tiliyabeda — in the state's Bastar region.
Without these s, the Christian organizations will be unable to legally receive donations from outside India, hindering their ability to carry out their evangelistic ministries.
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Christians here have been facing a serious threat from it. Once again, the Christians informed police of the incident: "We had no other option but to inform the police," Sugriv said. Yesterday around 11 am, a group of Hindu nationalists attacked and vandalised 14 Christian homes, shacks built with flimsy wooden poles and tin roofs. A house church pastor identified only as Pastor Sugriv told Morning Star News that the threats by police in Uttar Pradesh state came after his son, year-old Pawan Kumar, asked intoxicated Hindu extremists to stop making offensive comments about Christianity outside their home in Tarkulwa village, Maharajganj District.
They informed police about them three days before the attack. George slammed extremist groups that operate in the Bela area and harass Pentecostals. The district's police chief, Ashish Srivastava, was quoted as saying that officers used social media to identify the woman's body. Singh had alleged that the NGO of Staines was converting people to Christianity and local tribals were upset with him.
Sivram Koyam, a resident of Kakadbeda in Kondagaon District, said he and other Christians were at the local police station on Sept. My newborn also suffered injuries along with me.
The attacks on Sept. Dubious voice vote to pass critical farm bills severely dents Indian democracy A voice vote would be acceptable if there was a near-consensus. Draconian anti-conversion laws and radical vigilante groups have generated widespread insecurity among.
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In the five years preceding his death, Pastor Munsi lived in the forest near Badpari village due to village pressure. Shams Tabrez, the superintendent of police in Simdega district where the attack took place, said four of the nine accused named in the FIR had been arrested and the rest would be picked up soon. Hindu extremists from the Yuva Shakti Sangathan attacked a small Pentecostal community in Bela, a village in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, terrorising its members last Sunday. Complaining that Christian prayers have driven away their nature-based gods, tribal animists in Badaguda, Odisha state have repeatedly attacked 12 families since the Christians left their traditional religion two years ago.
Crowds of men used wooden sticks and poles to partially destroy the thatched roofs and walls of mud houses. Though police initially ordered the Hindus to stop harassing the pastor and his family, they returned the next night, shouting obscenities. Police this week found the beheaded body of the year-old victim, identified as Priya Soni, in a forest area near Preet Nagar area of Sonbhadra district in the state of Uttar Pradesh, according to The Tribune. Speaker urged to expunge remarks against slain Australian missionary Evangelical Fellowship of India EFI has called on the Lok Sabha Speaker to expunge remarks of a member against Graham Stuart Staines who was burned to death along with his two sons, in Odisha, eastern India, 21 years ago.
Local Christians gather only to pray. Hindu villagers say that if Christians want to return to live with them, they must return to honour local [Hindu] gods. Speaking to AsiaNews, Sajan K. The extremists accused him of trying to convert Hindus to Christianity in the nearby village of Cholapur.
Kumari gathered up her newborn and rushed out, pleading with the assailants to talk about any grievances rather than attack, but they ignored her, she said.
Incited by Hindu extremists, thousands of tribal animists in Chhattisgarh, India last week drove Christians in three villages from their homes in assaults that police declined to prevent or stop in spite of prior warnings, sources said.
Priya married Ahmed against the wishes of the family and was being pressured to convert to Islam, police said, adding that they were considering charging the accused under the stringent National Security Act. Christians expelled from villages in Chhattisgarh, their homes vandalised videos Dozens of Christians have been expelled from Kakdabeda, Tiliyabeda and Singanpur, a group of villages in Kondagaon district in the northern Indian state of Chhattisgarh.
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Many threatened Christians, telling them not to return to their village, but go elsewhere. According to Praveen Dubey, head of Yuva Shakti Sangathan, Santosh attempted to convert hundreds of people; the pastor denied the allegations saying that local Christians only gather to pray. In India, cows are considered sacred and are a sensitive issue for the Hindu majority. Rai asked.
Last month, Ramji Munda, 27, was murdered in the same district. Indian Christians demand police action against attackers Christian leaders have urged the government in India's Chhattisgarh state to act against those who attacked 16 Christian families and destroyed their houses for refusing to abandon their faith. Some have been in the country since the s.
The bogey of forced conversion is routinely used to fuel ethnic-religious tensions in society, sowing seeds of suspicion against the vulnerable Christian community. For Sajan K George, forced conversion charges are false and are deed to increase ethnic-religious tensions. Santosh was defended by members of his community; the police intervened to stop the row, making arrests on both sides.
This time the attack involved seven Christians living a tribal area in Jharkhand, who were accused without proof of slaughtering an animal. There are frequent violent attacks against minorities who slaughter animals for the meat; the main victims are usually Muslims, but Christians have been targeted as well.