Bhopal: 9/04/2013/ The latest issue of the Baratiya Janata Party run fort-nightly magazine “CHARAIVETI” carried an article titled “the life of nuns in the hell of the Church” written by a Delhi based writer R L Francis. The issue has become centre of controversy in Madhya Pradesh.
The Christians claimed they were being discriminated against.
Posted on May 3, 2012,
A Christian ecumenical forum has alleged that names of Christians have been deleted from the voters’ list in Madhya Pradesh.
The Isai Mahasangh [Christian group] has constituted a committee to probe into the alleged deletion of names before registering a complaint with the Election Commission of India. The Christians claimed they were being discriminated against by the ruling pro-Hindu Bharatiya Janata Party (Indian People’s Party).
Bhopal - Two episodes of persecution against Christians which occurred in recent days in the state of Madhya Pradesh (Central India) have alerted the local community.
The first incident occurred on Sunday, March 25, in Chindwara district,
The local police intervened on the basis of the complaint that "these people were trying to convert with illegal means, creating tension between the communities". They are accused of violating the law on freedom of religion ("Religious Freedom Act", approved in Madhya Pradesh in 1968) and will remain in custody for 12 days. According to the local faithful, "the police acted under pressure from Hindu fundamentalist groups"
Slain IPS officer Narender Kumar's wife has demanded CBI probe into her husband's killing, saying it was a murder and not accident.The probe into the incident that sparked an outrage was announced by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, a day after 30-year-old Narendra Kumar Singh was crushed under the wheels of a tractor-trolley driven by an alleged member of the mining mafia at Banmore in Morena district when he tried to stop the vehicle illegally carrying stones.