Nepal Government Orders Strict Monitoring of Religious Conversions

Nepal’s government has given instructions to all the district leaders to hunt for foreigners conducting religious activities in the country.

According to a report by the Katmandu Post, Nepal’s Ministry of Home Affairs sent an order on April 7 that instructed all 77 district administration offices to track the movement of foreign missionaries and monitor any religious conversions.

The government sees the rising number of believers in Nepal to be a threat to security. According to some reports, the increase of Christians in Nepal has grown by 40 percent!

Narayan Prasad Bhattarai, the home ministry spokesperson said, “Since it is the job of the state to protect the constitution, we, despite the secular nature of the country, sent a circular to stop such illegal activities.”

This comes only days after BTJ partners held unregistered meetings in Nepal with hundreds of Christians.

According to Article 26 of the Nepalese constitution, every person who has faith in religion has the freedom to profess, practice and protect his or her religion in accordance with his or her conviction.

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