In the Indian state of Haryana, the church was attacked and the statue was smashed

A church in the Indian state of Haryana was vandalised on Sunday and a statue of Jesus was smashed. According to Indian TV channel NDTV, two people broke into a church in Anbala area of ​​Haryana state of India and vandalized it. According to TV, the police are reviewing the CCTV footage of the incident but the culprits have not been identified yet.

In the Indian state of Haryana, the church was attacked and the statue was smashed
In the Indian state of Haryana, the church was attacked and the statue was smashed 

Naresh, SHO of Saddar Police Station in Ambala, told NDTV that at 12:30 today, two persons entered the church by climbing over the wall and at 1:30, they smashed the statue of Jesus in the church. Given According to him, FR of the incident is being registered and action will be taken accordingly.

Violence against religious minorities has increased in India in recent times. According to NDTV, churches have been attacked in different parts of the country in recent days and Christmas celebrations have been disrupted.

The state of Karnataka has recently passed a law against conversion. The BJP has accused churches of forcibly converting people to Christianity.

Attack on Christmas party in India, slogans of J. Shri Ram

A few days ago, a group in the Indian city of Gurgaon broke into a Christmas party at a school and chanted slogans like 'Ja Shri Ram' and 'Bharat Mata Ki Jai' and disrupted the celebrations.

According to NDTV, a video of the incident shows a man addressing the crowd. Christianity is not acceptable here," he said. We are not against the Prophet, but we want to tell future generations that if they want to remember him, keep it but do not change the religion of the students.

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