(Evangelical Focus) — The half yearly report of the the Religious Liberty Commission of the Evangelical Fellowship of India (EFIRL) confirms that there have been 135 cases of hate and violence against Christians in the first six months of 2020.
“The absolute sense of impunity generated in the administrative apparatus of India by the corona pandemic lockdown, and the consequent absence of civil society on the streets and in the courts, has aggravated the environment of targeted hate and violence against Christians in India major states and the capital”, the report points out.
According to evangelical entity, “lynching, threatening, community ostracization and concerted efforts to stop worship and gospel-sharing” are the main incidents against Christians in India. …
Read the full report here.