(Persecution Relief) — Kerala police have detained a man for distributing Christian literature in a hospital in Kottayam.
Evangelist Boban Koshy was picked up by police for passing out religious literature, called tracts. He asserts that he has the right to express his beliefs according to his constitutional rights and contends he did not disturb or influence people. …
On Monday, June 10, Boban set out for Kottayam Medical College to distribute the tracts and to pray for the sick. Suddenly, he was confronted by a local political leader belonging to a certain political party, who began to shout and abuse him, accusing him of indulging in conversion activities.
They challenged that what he was doing was illegal as he had no permission or rights to distribute tracts.