Christians forced to stop prayer in village

  October 17, 2015

  Betul, Madhya Pradesh

  Intimidation, Threats and Harassment

Two Christians were accused of religious conversion by Religious extremists and the prayers that were leading were disrupted.

At Bhimpur Village Christians have been conducting Sunday worship service in a house for more than a year. There are total 25 members in the gathering consisting of about six families. And they have been receiving threats from the extremists to close down the church and move out of the village.

So Christians from the village had to travel five kilometers away to a place called Sindi Kappa to an open field located outside the village to conduct worship service. However, the Pastor states that it is very inconvenient for the Christians to do so.

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