A godown-turned-church was vandalised in Delhi’s Dwarka on Sunday, 28 November.
Speaking to The Quint, a senior police officer said:
"Police received information at 9.30 am on 28 November that a quarrel had broken out at a godown-turned-church on Matiala Road. On inquiry, it was found that a group of residents and local miscreants vandalised the board that read 'church.'"
The police officer, on condition of anonymity, said that "residents had objected to the godown turning into a church, and raised concerns over conversion."
The police officer also informed The Quint that an FIR has been filed against those accused of vandalism for causing public nuisance. An FIR has also been filed against those present in the church for violating DDMA guidelines.
The FIRs have been filed at Bindapur police station.
As per a report doing the rounds of social media, the church was holding its first Sunday prayer.
One person is said to have been injured in the incident. But the police has denied claims of any such injury.