Karnataka: FIR against Hindu outfit members for threatening nurses over ‘conversion’ (The Federal)

While the Hindu outfit claimed that the two nurses were trying to convert Hindus into Christians, police said they found nothing to substantiate that allegation

BY Naveen Ammembala

Members of a pro-Hindu outfit in Karnataka allegedly barged into the residential quarters of two government hospital nurses, threatened them, and then lodged a police complaint against them, accusing them of converting Hindus into Christians in lieu of money.

The incident, reported from Ratkal village in North Karnataka’s Kalaburagi district, some 570 km from Bengaluru, took place on February 22 but came to light on February 25. The members of the local right-wing outfit named Hindu Jagrithi Sena lodged a complaint at Ratkal police station against the nurses, Ashwini and Rubika, that night.

This story was originally published in thefederal.com. Read the full story here.

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