False Police complaint against Pastor,Delhi

False Police complaint against Pastor,Delhi

Pastor Harchand Singh has been ministering as a pastor with Shalom Ministries in Vikas Nagar, Uttam Nagar, Hastsal – a locality in West Delhi  in India. He had been serving as a pastor since 2005. On 10th December 2019, Pastor Harchand had gone to attend a training program in Mangol Pur Kalan, a locality in Delhi.

When he returned home, his children said the police had come from the Ranhola police station, Delhi. The police had asked for  Pastor Harchand to go to the police station.

Pastor Harchand  went to the police station and found that a complaint had been registered against him for religious conversion. When he asked who had made the complaint, they did not disclose the name of the person.

As soon as the news of his arrest spread, ADF officials and also

Br Sanjay Macgee informed Minakshi Singh (PRO – Persectuion Relief) and she also called the police officials and by 8:30 pm Pastor Harchand was released.

Speaking to Persecution Relief, Pastor Harchand was very thankful for the cooperation given to him and the help in  releasing him without any case filed against him.

Persecution Relief has recorded an increasing number of hate crimes against Christians:

330 incidents in 2016

440 incidents in 2017

477 incidents  in 2018

349 incidents till  September 2019

Church, rise up and pray for the persecuted church! Pray against the intolerance in our land!



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