Protests against Church Attacks in Delhi

New Delhi, Feb 05: Protests erupted against the church attacks in the national capital, disrupting the traffic system on Thursday. The protesters shouted outside the Sacred Heart cathedral following which the police controlled the situation.

Scores of protesters were forced into buses before they march towards the residence of Home Minister Rajnath Singh.

The Christian groups staged a silent protest march against the attacks on churches in Delhi. They called it the lack of police action that resulted in more churches was targeted in the recent days.

The protesters were holding crosses, rosaries and posters that read "stop violence against Christians" and chanted "we want justice". 

The Christians agitated after the St Alphonsa's Church was vandalised in Vasant Kunj area of South Delhi.

A total of five churches have been attacked so far since December.

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