Restrictions on Missionaries relaxed by UPA, clandestinely

published on January 2, 2013

NEW DELHI: Observing that many foreigners visiting India on tourist visa are involved in journalistic activities, the Union home ministry on Wednesday asked all state governments and concerned authorities in the country to ensure strict compliance of the visa norms so that such visitors are not allowed to indulge in any other works . Reports Times of India

 (http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Foreign-tourists-are-not-allowed-to-work-as-journalists-govt-says/articleshow/17859528.cms
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Well and good – each and every Nation should exercise some restraint among their Tourists to prevent clandestine activities. The recent arrest of American Pro Palestinian activist Paul Larudee campaigning in Malappuram (90% Muslim district) against Israel and the reports from Kochi that a Danish human right activist Jonas Stall is planning to host a International Summit of Terrorist organisations in Kochi points to the fact that strict restrictions needs to be in place against this trouble makers who lands in our country with Tourist Visa.

At the same time , It seems UPA Government itself have paved way for Christianisation of Bharath, the long cherished dream of Pope and other Evangelists in a clandestine way for their clandestine activities.

Without any discussion in Parliament or in public, the UPA Government has quietly relaxed restrictions on the entry and stay of foreign missionaries coming to the country. These restrictions were enforced on the recommendations of the Niyogi Commission, appointed to investigate the activities of missionaries in Madhya Pradesh, which submitted its report to the Union Government in 1956. It is also learnt that the Government has decided to end the requirement for Protected Area Permit (PAP) needed by foreigners visiting Manipur, Mizoram and Nagaland, three States where the Church is well entrenched since the colonial era, and where the missionaries want to expand the separatist agenda. The creation of a special category of visa for missionaries may legitimately be considered as official patronage for Christian conversions in India. The missionary visa in effect makes India a country where the state – or at least the regime of the day – has declared Christianity as a state-promoted and favoured religion, which has to be privileged even in violation of the Constitution and the nation’s foundational ethos. – Reports Sandhya Jain in NITI Central.

(For report titled – Church now has visa power! )

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