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Hindu nationalist flag planted on shuttered church in southern India


On the 17th of January, a saffron flag, a symbol of Hindu nationalism, was planted on a church in southern India that has been shut down for the past ten months.


The incident took place in Chittimitti Chintala village, located in the Cudapa District of Andhra Pradesh. The church’s pastor, Pastor James Prasad, claims this is just the latest sign of anti-Christian activities as radicals attempt to make it a “Christian-free” village.

Ten months ago, Pastor Prasad and his family were driven out of Chittimitti Chintala by village leaders. The village leaders summoned the pastor to a meeting and told him he had to leave the village because they did not want a church or any Christian prayers to take place in the village.

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