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Nuns' harassment in UP: Rahul says it is result of 'vicious propaganda' by Sangh Parivar

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 24 March 2021
Two nuns and two postulants were taken off an express train and detained for questioning by railway police in Jhansi in Uttar Pradesh on March 19. According to officials in Jhansi, the nuns were detained on March 19 after local Bajrang Dal activists complained that two women were allegedly being taken forcibly for religious conversion.
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Uttar Pradesh Uttar Pradesh State in India

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Bajrang Dal Bajrang Dal Hindu nationalist militant organisation

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In a video widely circulated on social media, 2 nuns are seen being heckled on a train by members of the right wing Bajrang Dal as they claim the women are out to convert locals to Christianity. The workers were refusing to believe the postulants, who repeated that they were born Christians and were undergoing training to become a nun. #Conversion #Jhansi #BajrangDal

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