Church Organizations Remain Ungrateful & Unfairly Critical Of This Government…

PM Modi and his government help release a a Catholic priest and another Catholic aid-worker from the clutches of death in Afghanistan. This gov’t also help release Alexis Prem Kumar, a Jesuit priest abducted by Islamists in Afghanistan. More recently, this gov’t also helped release Judith D’Souza, an aid worker with the Aga Khan Foundation in Afghanistan. In every case, the close family of those captured profusely thanked this gov’t, our PM Modi and foreign minister Sushma Swaraj. But the Catholic and christian bishops and other clergy has been highly critical and ungrateful and even accusatory of the country efforts. The the archbishop of Syro-Malabar Church in Ernakulam, Kerala, spoke of “the vicious nature of Hindu fundamentalism”, but never mentioned the the virulent proselytizing activities aggressively pursued by churches across India. The church groups were blaming this gov’t for unsubstantiated attacks on churches. John Dayal, a journalist-turned-Christian-crusader, was spewing venom against the Modi government at every available forum. The Catholic News Service played the great efforts of this government, and instead thanks God and the Vatican for the release of those prisoners. Official Catholic diocese publications in Tamil Nadu were demonizing Prime Minister Modi, and on and on. It also feels that the Also, the church groups don’t hesitate to join hands with political forces that are against the idea of India.

Source: Swarajyamag

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Indian Govt To Grant Long Term Visas To Pak’s Hindus & Sikhs

The Indian government wants India to welcome and make it their homes Hindus and sikhs who are facing religious persecution. So for the first time ever, India will start issuing long-term visas these people fleeing their home country including Pakistan and Bangladesh or from anywhere in the world. Govt will assist such refugees to open bank accounts, purchase flats or homes, get driving licence, PAN card, Aadhar card. India currently has a few lakh such refugees from Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh of the minority communities.

Source: Zee News

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