Uttar Pradesh: Attempts to convert Hindu woman to Christian, two missionary school teachers detained

Uttar Pradesh: Attempts to convert Hindu woman to Christian, two missionary school teachers detained

Careful. Two teachers of a missionary school were on Friday taken into custody for allegedly trying to convert a Hindu woman to Christianity in the Nakhasa police station area of ​​Uttar Pradesh's Sambhal district. Superintendent of Police Chakresh Mishra said that the police had received information that on September 21, the missionary-run CDM Junior High School teachers- Sister Rose Mary and Sister Deesa tried to convert a Hindu family in Sirsa Naal village of Nakhasa police station area.

During this, the images of Hindu gods and goddesses were burnt. He told that the husband of a woman named Sunita, who accused him of trying to convert, is a Christian. According to Mishra, in this case on the Tahrir of Sunita, Sister Rose Mary and Sister Deesa of Missionary School were booked under relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and Anti-Illegal Conversion Act on Thursday and were taken into custody on Friday.

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