Police detains Christians from Karnataka for distributing tracts

Police detains Christians from Karnataka for distributing tractsTwo Women from Karnataka in India were detained for distributing tracts. The incident happened in the village of Nitte in Udupi District of Karnataka, after a mob of Hindu activists condemned women, accusing them of practicing forced conversions. The mob also threatened to hold a mass protest to punish them under relevant sections. Dr.Sajan George, President of the Global Council of Indian Christians (GCIC) said "A shameful attack, as planned nationalist forces step up pressure on Christians at Christmas".
According to sources, the group of Hindu activists surrounded the Police Station Kumbalpady, where the women were in custody and the police officers attempted to disperse the crowd, but some local leaders from the nearby area threatened to stage a mass protest if the police did not punish those who practice conversions and anti- Hindu activities.
In the past, there have been several cases of attacks against the Christians in advent.
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