Saturday, June 10, 2023

Nagaland: RPP asks Punjab CM to act against Church attackers

Reacting to the incident of vandalism and arson in Punjab’s Tarn Taran district, where some unidentified masked men vandalized a church and set on fire a pastor’s car on August 30, 2022, the Rising People’s Party (RPP) has expressed hope that the AAP government in Punjab would leave no stone unturned to “arrest and expose the conspirators.”
In a letter addressed to the Punjab chief minister, RPP president Joel Naga described the incident as “most unfortunate” and said that stated that such provocations, whether politically motivated or otherwise, was condemnable.
Rising People’s Party stated that the “elements who are bend on creating communal disharmony” have no respect for the secular spirit of the country.
The RPP also expressed hope that the AAP would continue to be in the forefront defending Christians and minorities in the country at a crucial juncture “when intolerance and Christian bashing has become the order of the day”.



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