WE DEMAND ARREST OF SHRI SHARAD UGADE, ASSISTANT MUNICIPAL COMMISSIONER H WEST WARD, BMC, FOR BLASPHEMY.
On behalf of the entire Christian Community, we hereby register our strongest protest and displeasure against the Assistant Municipal Commissioner Shri Sharad Ughade, who has illegally and deliberately by taking law in his own hands with the help of Staff of H West Ward, BMC along with Police Protection from Bandra West Police Station intentioanlly demolished the Holy Cross ( erected in or about 1895) with a Bulldozer with an intent to damage/defile the place of worship which is held sacred by Christians thereby insulting the religion of Christians with clear knowledge by doing so he and others would insult the Christian Community.
Popular Front of India activists were arrested in connections with the chopping of hand of Kerala Professor T J Joseph accusing him of blasphemy. The PFI activists were arrested for some communal murders in the state too. In July 2010, the police have seized country made bombs, weapons , CDs and document containing Taliban and Al Qaeda propaganda from PFI activists. The organisation started in November 2006 as a confederation of National Development Front of Kerala, Manitha Neethi Pasari and Karnataka Forum for Dignity, later expanded their base and become a pan-India organisation. In 2012, Kerala government imposed ban on the Freedom parade conducted by PFI
ISLAMABAD: Having fled their homes in the latest spasm of Pakistani religious strife, a few hundred Christians have camped in a forest in the Pakistani capital, cut down trees and are using the branches to build a church.
Their ordeal began when a Christian girl Rimsha in their poor Islamabad neighbourhood was accused by a neighbour of burning pages of the Quran — a blasphemy by Pakistani law that can mean life in prison.
The bail hearing of a minor Christian girl charged with blasphemy in Pakistan was today put off till Monday after her accuser's counsel raised questions about the lawyer representing her and legal paperwork in the case.
Judge Azam Khan adjourned Rimsha Masih's case till September 3 and asked police to check a bail application made on her behalf after the accuser's lawyer claimed in the district and sessions court that legal papers had not been signed by the girl or her mother.