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Saturday, May 27, 2006

Christian Preaching in Bhadrachalam Sri Rama Temple

EEnadu, May 24, 2006 (Largest circulated Telugu Daily in Andhra Pradesh)

On Sunday night (May 21,2006) there were an unprecedented rush due to Hanumath Jayanthi. At the same time some missionaries entered the temple and pasted wall posters making devotees angry. Some members of an organization called 'Vikasa Tarangini' immediately reported to the Board Chairman who in turn filed a police case. According to the law other religious activity cannot take place within 200 yards (600 ft) from a religious place.

In India Christian missionaries rarely have regard for any law and they are emboldened after their fellow evangelist Mr. Y S Rajasekhar Reddy became Chief Minister of the state.

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