Hindu Radicals Disrupt a Baptismal Ceremony and Beat Up the Pastor in Madhya Pradesh

November 9, 2012 by  
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Baptism of Jesus in the river Jordan Madhya Pradesh, November 8, 2012: Pastor Ramkishan Badodia, 45, who lives with his wife Shakuntala,40, in Ujjain have been in charge of a church in Ujjain in Madhya Pradesh in north India. He serves the Lord with an organization called Bethel Fellowship.

On Wednesday 07-11-2012 around 11:00 am, he was giving baptism on the bank of the Shipra River in Ujjain. By about 11.30 am, the baptisms of 3 persons were over and 5 more remained to be baptized when about 15 RSS activists came and encircled Pastor Ramkishan and began shouting at him alleging that he was forcibly converting Hindus to Christianity and that it was against law. Then they began ruthlessly to beat up the pastor. When his wife tried to come to his rescue, they also manhandled her and tried to beat her too.

We understand that Pastor Ramkishan is wounded on his face, hands and legs and that the whole attack lasted for more than an hour, and then Pastor Ramkishan and his wife went to the Neelganga Police station to lodge a complaint against the unprovoked attack. But the police refused to accept their complaint though they tried to explain the whole matter to them. Pastor Ramkishan, his wife and a few other pastors continued to remain in the police station for a long time and pressurize the police to take necessary action against the culprits without any results as the police were adamant in their refusal to file any cases against the Hindu fundamentalists.

– persecution.in

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