Most Christians in India will remember the year 2019 as challenging, to say the least. Religious minorities in general and Christians specifically suffered from an increasing number of attacks. Hindu nationalism, claiming to purge India of everything non-Hindu, was a decisive issue in the general election. Soon after, the re-elected government abolished the autonomy of the state of Jammu and Kashmir. While Kashmir has a Muslim majority population, experts argue that this could be a dangerous precedent affecting other autonomous regions like Nagaland, a Christian majority state.