By Christian Today staff writer
According to Asia News, Global Council of Indian Christians President Sajan K. George said that the attacks occurred in the communities of Madhav Nagar (Bihar), and Kushulanagar in the State of Karnaka.
In Madhav Nagar, George said that Bajrang Dal activists broke into a Protestant prayer service attended by 50 people and led by a Rev Kamlesh. The activists accused Kamlesh of forcibly converting locals to Christianity, and beat up some of the attendees of the prayer service. The activists also attacked the musical instruments used in the service, damaging them as well.
Asia News quoted a police officer in Madhav Nagar saying that they “found no evidence for [the] allegations” against Rev Kamlesh. The Hindu reported also that two people have been taken into custody in relation to this event.
The second incident in Kushulanagar involved a Rev. K.J. Mathai, who serves in the Pentecostal Gospel in Action Fellowship Church.