Hindus ensure legal action on a vilifying Christian preacher

published on October 8, 2013

Hindus of Naduvakuruchi village in Thoothukudi District descended on the police station and demanded a case to be filed against one Thaayappan a Christian preacher.  The preacher had vilified idol worship of the Hindus in a very bad language during his lecture in the CSI Church in the village precisely when a deepa puja was in progress in a nearby Ganesh temple.

Earlier, a prominent Hindu person had asked the police Inspector to get an apology from Thaayappan; the police officer promised to do but failed to do so.  Thaayappan escaped to Chennai.  So the Hindus of the village led by activists forced the police department to file a case against the Christian preacher.  In the meantime, a petition was filed in the Madurai Bench of Madras High Court seeking not to grant bail to the offender in this case by leading Hindu advocates.

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