Court Acquits 3 Accused in Desecration Church Case in Haryana

Published 12 September 2017  |  

In a desecrating of an under construction church case (2015) in Kaimari village of Hisar district, Haryana, a court on Sept. 7 has acquitted all the three accused.

Due to lack of evidence, the court of Judicial Magistrate Mukesh Kumar acquitted Anil Godara, President of Azad Nagar Mandal unit of the BJP and the duo, Amar Singh and Raj Kumar, according to the Indian Express.

Godara, Singh and Kumar were booked on March 13, 2015, on a complaint filed by Fr Subhash Chand of Williwarsh Church. As per the complaint, the three with others were involved in creating unrest, promoting enmity between classes, destroying, damaging a place of worship with intent to insult the religion of any class of persons.

The police, post investigation, had lodged the challan in the court against the accused.


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