Sharp rise in attacks on India's Christian minority

This Easter, we turn our attention to India's Christian minority, which represents 2% of the population, or some 25 million people. Amid a rise in Hindu fundamentalism, attacks on India's Christians have sharply increased in the past two years. This comes despite a clause in the country's constitution that guarantees the freedom to openly practice any religion. Our correspondents report.


A programme prepared by James Vasina and Gaëlle Essoo.

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