New Delhi: Leela Bai, eight months pregnant, suffered a miscarriage after she was attacked by Hindutva terrorists in the Dewada village of Madhya Pradesh’s Barwani district. She suffered the irreversible injury after a bunch of Hindu extremists assaulted her and different tribal Christians making ready to have fun the New 12 months, reported Morning Star Information. The mob pushed her down and kicked her abdomen till she fell unconscious, and later that night she miscarried on the best way to a hospital – which declined to provide her any care, she stated.“I fell down and landed on my abdomen,” she stated. “I obtained dizzy, and instantly somebody from the mob got here and began kicking my abdomen.”She stated she didn’t understand how lengthy they kicked her after she grew to become unconscious. The assailants beat all the lads, girls and kids, eight Christians in all, Vaskale stated.Accusing the tribal Christians of changing folks, the 30 Hindu extremists had been carrying picket batons and stones as they attacked the Christians in Dewada village, Barwani District, sources stated.Dividing themselves into teams, the Hindu extremists took Vaskale to 1 facet and started to beat him whereas one other group approached the ladies and women, seized their cellphones and started sexually harassing them, survivors stated. One other group entered Vaskale’s home and started to open and search the bags of the Christian company, together with women ages 15 and 17. In addition they totally searched his home.Vaskale and a visiting pastor had organized a church service of thanksgiving and prayer and had obtained permission for a gathering of greater than 100 folks. The New 12 months’s Eve service deliberate from eight p.m. to 1 a.m. was open to all, and celebration meal was deliberate for the afternoon of Jan. 1.The tribal Christians stated they think the assailants had been members of the Hindu extremist Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), the ideological mom of the ruling occasion within the state, the Bharatiya Janata Occasion (BJP).Christian leaders from Barwani, Indore and surrounding districts determined to steer a peaceable protest outdoors the police station demanding that their criticism be registered.Members of tribal rights teams joined the protests at Thikri police station, as did Bai, who sat outdoors the station from noon of Jan. 6 until the night of Jan. 7.Media stories quoted Raju Patel, member of the tribal rights group JAYS, as saying that police pressured the victims to signal an settlement with the assailants or withdraw their complaint.