Mirzapur: Two Korean girls from Delhi who travelled to Uttar Pradesh to meet a friend at the Chaudhary Charan Singh University in Meerut were confronted by a group of Hindu supremacist students who accused them of religious conversion.
As per media reports, the two Korean girls are studying in Delhi and were harassed by a group of right wing students who claimed that they were Christian missionaries and had come to convert them.
They also surrounded the two girls and chanted 'Jai Shri Ram' slogans .
After news of the incident spread, the Meerut Police intervened and rescued the girls.
In a Twitter post, the Meerut Police refuted allegations of religious conversion levelled by the right wing students.
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