Korean citizens accused of forceful conversion in Madhya Pradesh *Woman chased out from home for her faith in Christ

AccusedMadhya Pradesh, March 23, 2012: On March 15 in Jabalpur, police detained eight Christians after Hindu extremists filed a complaint against them of luring people to convert to Christianity in Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh.

According to information reaching EFI, the Hindu extremists Dharma Sena accused Korean citizens of luring people to convert to Christianity, of distributing pamphlets with objectionable materials in it, and took them to Adhartal police station.

The extremists’ leader Arvind Baba in his complaint wrote that the Koreans were offering huge money to people and other facilities to convert them to Christianity. The Christians were detained in the police station.

The Koreans denied the accusations. After Police investigated the matter, the Christians were released without any charges.

– efi

Woman chased out from home for her faith in Christ


Madhya Pradesh, March 23, 2012: On Feb 28 in Tuthuly, Kanker, Madhya Pradesh, a Christian woman, Satwantin Mandari was chased out from her home and village because of her faith in Christ.

According to our correspondent, Dasrath Mandari forced his wife to leave home and their village after alleged Hindu extremists threatened him that they would ostracize the whole family if his wife continued to believe in Christ.

On the same night, after Satwantini Mandari refused to denounce Christ, her husband along with the extremists drove her out from her home and from the village. The community strictly prohibited her from returning home unless and until she returned to Hinduism.

The homeless Christian is staying with Pastor Paduram and his family in Kanker. Kindly pray for her.

– efi

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