@Ashishraj, thank you for your question. It’ s heartbreaking to see the rise of religious fanaticism and increased persecution of Christians especially in Northern India. What is happening in India obviously needs reform at the grassroots level in the churches of India at large. Every sincere Christian will need to be a part of that change through prayer and by being the best ambassador of Christ possible. Unfortunately, what many churches seem to be focused on is prosperity gospel and experience seeking due to the influence of televangelists. There is little knowledge of what true Christianity is about other than the idea of conversion to the hindu.
Your question reminded me of a book by Vishal Mangalwadi - “Missionary Conspiracy - Letters to a post-modern Hindu”. In it Vishal discusses several recommendations and strategies some of which include presenting the scope of the gospel as going beyond salvation to bringing God’s will on earth - in politics, education etc., changing the language of spiritual warfare when discussing other religions, being actively engaged with press by thoughtful response to accusations on Christians with the help of local Indian apologists, exposing hypocrisy and corruption in church leadership and producing historical documentaries about Christisn missionaries and their impact in India.
One inspiring quote by Vishal Mangalwadi which is the essence of the strategies he discusses is “While the hatred has to be countered by love, and force by suffering, the propaganda must be countered by a fearless presentation of the truth”.
Hope this information is helpful. It is indeed a difficult area of ministry and I pray for God’s protection and guidance in the gospel work you are doing.