Awaiting a more secure, tolerable and free India to its citizens of any denomination
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On the night of 14th December 2017, a group of 30 seminarians and two priests from St. Ephrem’s Theological College in Satna in the Central Indian State of Madhya Pradesh, were detained as they were conducting a routine Christmas carol singing programme which has been the practice during the Christmas season for the last 30 years.
Let's be united and not divide ourselves in that name of such dividing social elements.
We don’t hold grudge against such forces that work against the peace and harmony amongst the nation but pray for their repentance.
We are called to forgive so do we live by it but we continue to humbly request the government to act justly in such circumstances so that all minorities are duly protected. We pray to the ALMIGHTY and request the support of our government and leaders to strive hard to implement rules and practices that ensure a more secure, tolerable and free India for the good of all its citizens regardless of caste, creed, religion and other social denomination.
Not only do we seek resolution of this case alone but seeking that all such acts are slowly diminished, restoring peace and harmony amongst us.
Hoping for a better tomorrow.
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