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Saturday, March 11, 2006

Pastor goes underground

3/11/2006 10:36:45 AM Mahadev

Perumbavoor, Mar11: The malayalee pastor, Adv. M George Mathew, who has authored a book “Bunch of Truths” , blasphemous production from a malayalee missionary, reported to have gone underground.

His misadventure came to light when the translation of the book, titled “Hakeekat”, was sold at the Emmanuel Missionary book stall at Kota in Rajasthan. In the book written to criticize the famous work of Guruji Golwalkar, “Bunch of Thoughts”, George has depicted the Hindu Gods and Goddesses in bad light.

The BJP, Shiva Sena MPs had raised this issue in the parliament of Thursday and demanded banning of the book and arrest of the author.

As the situation has taken a serious turn in Rajasthan, the Kota District Court has issued an arrest warrant against him. He has gone underground probably after issue of the warrant.



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