Hindu Radicals Attacked a Christian Missionary School in India Pradesh. This is reported by TASS with reference to the local TV channel NDTV.
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It is known that the incident took place in the city of Ganj Basoda, Vidisha district. In total, hundreds of members of radical groups and local residents aggressively disposed towards Christians took part in the attack. According to the TV channel, the reason for the attack was rumors on social networks that missionaries were baptizing local children at St. Joseph's School.
The headmaster had previously denied this information. However, this did not deter the religious Hindu activists. They gathered hundreds of people in front of the school doors and started throwing stones at it. Afterwards, angry people broke into the school building. Teachers and students barely escaped the crowd.
The headmaster accused the local administration and police of inaction. In response, the authorities promised to conduct an investigation. According to local media reports, the Bajrang Dal ultra-right pro-Indian group is behind the attack on the missionary school.
Earlier it became known that right-wing activists in India accused the local fashion brand FabIndia of using the “Muslim language” Urdu in a commercial dedicated to the main traditional Hindu festival of Diwali. As a result, the company was forced to withdraw the video.