Terrible vandalism in church after conversion dispute, BJP district president is also among accused
Terrible vandalism in church after conversion dispute, BJP district president is also among accused

Narayanpur: Taking action in the incident of vandalism in the church in Narayanpur, Chhattisgarh, the police have arrested 5 criminals. The arrested criminals include BJP District President Rupsai Salam, Ankit Nandi, Atul Netam, Domend Yadav, and Pawan Nag. All the offenders were produced before the Civil Judge Class I Chief Judicial Magistrate. The court was completely converted into a cantonment for the production of criminals. 

According to the agency, a protest was organized by tribals against the religious conversions in Chhattisgarh's Narayanpur town. During this, a church was vandalized and 6 policemen including an IPS officer were attacked and injured. Narayanpur Superintendent of Police (SP) Sadanand Kumar suffered a head injury during the protest. According to Narayanpur district officials, a clash broke out between two communities over religious conversion in Edka village of the district on Sunday. Tribals gathered to protest against the incident.

Inspector General of Police (Bastar range) Sundarraj P told the agency that around 2,000 people were present for the meeting in Narayanpur. Local tribal leaders Rupsai Salam, Narayan Markam, and others were leading them. After the meeting, the crowd split into groups. Armed with sticks, the mob stormed the church located in a school. When the police and administration tried to stop the crowd, some anti-social elements started pelting stones and attacked the policemen with sticks. Thereafter, They broke into the church and ransacked it. IG further said that Narayanpur Superintendent of Police Sadanand Kumar and 5 to 6 other policemen were injured in the attack. They were given primary treatment. Now their condition is stable. Police personnel have been deployed in large numbers in Narayanpur, about 300 km from the capital Raipur after the protest turned violent. Let us tell you that last month, a large number of people from the Christian community protested in front of the collector's office in Narayanpur. The protesters said that they were facing atrocities. Protesters from 14 villages in the tribal-dominated district claimed they were attacked and evicted from their homes for following Christianity.

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