Financial Fraud- Case registered against CSI Bishop

published on May 9, 2008



News Report



 


Madurai


,


08-05-2008


: A case has been registered against three including a CSI Bishop, Christopher Asher as per the directions of the Court in a fraud case.


 


Arokhyadas hails from Jawaharnagar, is an employee of M/s. Reliance and Accessories Private Limited. In the case filed, he has stated as follows:


 


“A tender was floated on behalf of the


CSI





Diocese





Church


Office to offer of a sale of seven acres land in Rakhanyapuram, Puthur,


Madurai


for building a Dental and


Arts





College


.


 


“An amount of Rs. 20 lakhs was paid to Johnson


Israel


, Property Officer of the


diocese





Church


; Bishop Christopher Asher and Bobin Sathyamurthy, the CSI Centre officer on behalf of M/s. Reliance and Accessories Private Limited. /s. Reliance and Accessories Private Limited.


 


“But they gave the tender to some other Company. They have been threatening us to take back the given money. Therefore, action should be taken against the three”.


 


After conducting the enquiry, the Magistrate ordered for registering a case against the three involved. The Police have registered a case against Johnson Israel, Property Officer of the diocese Church; Bishop Christopher Asher and Bobin Sathyamurthy, the CSI Centre officer Johnson Israel, Property Officer of the diocese Church; Bishop Christopher Asher and Bobin Sathyamurthy, the CSI Centre officer.



 



 


VEDA PRAKASH COMMENTS


 

Again and again the Bishops are getting involved in the cases of all sorts. Many times, it has been stressed that the Bishops should not handle issues where money is involved. There have been precedence, where even Popes, Cardinals and others involved in all sorts of scandals, frauds etc. But, the Indian Bishops cannot take shelter under such justification.

 

According to their Bible, it is said that Jesus drove away the money lenders from the place of worship. He advised that God and Mammon cannot go together.


 


John 2.14: And found in the temple those that sod oxen and sheep and doves, and the changers of money sitting;


 


John 2.15: And when he had made a scourge of small cords, he drove them all out of the temple, and the sheep, and the oxen; and poured out the changers’ money, and overthrew tables.


 


John 2.16: And said unto them that sold doves, Take these things hence; make not “my Father’s house an house of merchandise”


 


 

But, the Bishops and other Church clergy have been living two lives – one sacred and another secular. They pose so sacred inside the Churches and other religious places and become so secular in other activities.


 

The handbills circulated after Sunday prayers by their own disgruntled groups tell so-many stories. When one ignores or brush aside as stories, they are coming in papers with facts and figures. The true Christians have been feeling sorry and pained about such incidences. How is that they have been making the temple a business place and dealing always with merchandise?

 

Perhaps, the Christ has to come again to make a scourge of small cords, and drive them all out of the temple! Anyway, here, Hindus have been also at receiving end, as the Dravidian looters have been following Aurangazeb.


 

Of course, there is no Christ here to make a scourge of small cords, and drive them all out of the temples! Talking Periyarism, Annaism, they cover up all frauds.

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