Pastor Titus and believers arrested in Madhya Pradesh, India

  December 2, 2011

  Barwani, Madhya Pradesh

  Anti-Conversion Laws, Complicity of Authorities, Physical assault


A pastor of the Indian Pentecostal Church, identified as Titus and few other Christians were arrested after being charged under Section 3 and 4 of the Madhya Pradesh Freedom of Religion Act after a complaint was registered against them by local villagers in the Sendwa in Badhwani District of Madhya Pradesh on December 2, 2011. While they were in the Police Station about 20 men from radical Hindu organisation barged into the police station demanding arrest of the pastor.

Pastor Titus and the other Christians were released, after bail was posted by local Christians on their behalf.


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