Khalkabad

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Khalkabad

 

an urban-type settlement in Pap Raion, Namangan Oblast, Uzbek SSR. Khalkabad is located three km from the right bank of the Syr Darya. It has a railroad station (Pap) on the Kokand-Uchkurgan line. Industry it represented by the Uzbekkrovlia Combine and a plant that manufactures asphalt and concrete. Khalkabad has a heat and power plant.

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In 2003 authorities imprisoned and fined Baptists in Khalkabad for worshiping privately, and fined a Baptist pastor in Urgench for allegedly conducting religious work among children without their parents' permission.
These arrests followed similar events in 2003, when Baptists in Khalkabad were imprisoned and fined for worshipping privately, and a Baptist pastor in Urgench was fined administratively for allegedly conducting religious work among children without their parents' permission.
On August 15, 2003, authorities arrested five men and three women members of an unregistered Baptist Church in the village of Khalkabad in Namangan.