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(ANS) – More than 400 exiled Chins from Burma gathered on January 24th near the Burmese embassy in New Delhi , India , to condemn the Burmese military junta’s systematic practice of religious persecution against Chin Christians in their homeland. According to the Chinland Guardian, community leaders and Chin Christian pastors from across denominational lines led the large group in protesting against the Burmese government and its treatment of Chin Christians. Speakers spoke boldly on behalf of these persecuted believers, demonstrating their solidarity with persecuted Chin Christians in Burma and condemning the Sate Peace and Development Council (SPDC), the official name of Burma ‘s military. According to Salai Za Ceu Lian, the Chin community in New Delhi is well organized and staged their demonstrations in response to the Burmese military junta’s recent destruction of the last remaining Christian cross planted by an inter-denominational group in Matupi, a town in the southern Chin state.

EXILED CHIN PROTEST IN FRONT OF BURMESE EMBASSY IN INDIA