International Christian Concern | Dec. 14, 2018
Last Saturday, December 9, Pastor Sojan was arrested and detained by police in Bakhtiyarpur village, located in the Patna district of India’s Bihar state. According to reports, the pastor was arrested on charges of attempted forced conversions because he attempted to show a film called Yeshu Masih (Jesus Christ), a film about the life of Jesus.
Reacting to the arrest, Sajan George, President of the Global Council of Indian Christians, told Asia News, “Rev. Sojan was just showing a movie. Minorities are even more vulnerable and intimidated by the majority and its false accusations.”