PMO asks for Reports on West Bengal Nun Gangrape, Hisar Church Attack

New Delhi, March 17: Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed his deep concern over the gangrape of the 72-year-old nun in West Bengal and attack on a church in Haryana's Hisar, seeking reports on these two incidents.

The Prime Minister's Office (PMO) has asked for the immediate and detailed reports on the brutal incident of the gangrape and vandalisation of an under-construction church that triggered tension in Hisar.

The country witnessed brutality in Nadia district of West Bengal where an elderly nun (72) was gangraped on Saturday. The victim's condition is critical.

In another incident, an under-construction church in Kaimri village near Hisar was attacked on the same day. The cross was replaced with an idol of lord Hanuman. The Bajrang Dal is suspected to have been behind the vandalisation.

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