Kochi: The Kerala High Court on Wednesday refused to grant bail to ten convicts in the case related to handchopping of hand of Professor T. J. Joseph by Islamic Militants in Kerala,India
The Kerala High Court today refused to grant bail to ten convicts in the case related to the chopping off of a hand of a college professor in 2010 for allegedly hurting religious sentiments through a question paper he had set.
In May, this year, the NIA trial court in Kochi had sentenced 10 accused persons to eight years of imprisonment and three others to two years of imprisonment.The convicts, all belonging to Popular Front of India, cut off T J Joseph’s hand in 2010 for allegedly insulting Mohamed .The convicts, all belonging to Popular Front of India, cut off T J Joseph’s hand in 2010 for allegedly insulting the Prophet.
the outcastes, the weakest of the company, are lured by the benefits that are attributed to become Hindu, Sikh or Buddhist. The VHP (fundamentalist party) organizes this conversion for almost a year. Sajan George, "It's against the constitution to ensure benefits to all except the Christians."
by Nirmala Carvalho
Those detained are apparently affiliated with the Rashtriya Swayamesevak Sangh, a Hindu extremist paramilitary group. The Global Council of Indian Christians praises the authorities’ swift action.
Mumbai (AsiaNews) – Police in Kerala arrested five people in connection with an attack against a Christian prayer group in Attingal.
According to law enforcement sources, the five could be members of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), a Hindu radical paramilitary group. Police, which is still looking for their accomplices, filed complaints against 20 people.