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Pastor threatened at Aldur

Bengaluru: A Pastor has been allegedly intimidated asking him not to spread the Gospel at Aldur in Karnataka.Pastor Anand Kumar, who lives at Aldur, said he was threatened by a group of activists belonging to Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) asking him not to spread the Christian faith in the area.

“You must not do any conversions. Don’t spread your religion in the area,” the activists warned. They also asked him to remove the Holy Cross and the name plate before the church.
When the Pastor refused to oblige, the activists went to the local police station and filed a complaint against the Pastor alleging large-scale forced conversions in the area.

The police then came to his church and asked him to remove the Cross and the name plate. The Pastor still refused to oblige. The activists and the police did not press further as they were aware of the presence of All India Christian Council leaders in the area.

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