An item in GVUK today(Wednesday) read:

5 Mar: Hindustan Times. Britain will raise the issue of alleged persecution
of Christians and Sikhs in India during the April meeting of the
Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in London and Windsor,
following demands by MPs to take it up with Prime Minster Narendra Modi…
Martin Docherty-Hughes (Scottish National Party) and Fabian Hamilton
(Labour) raised the issue of alleged persecution of Christians; the former
recalled the ancient roots of Christianity in India, but mentioned reports
alleging that India was one of the most dangerous countries to practise
Christianity… Modi is scheduled to attend the CHOGM from April 16 to 20…
684 words. click here

For the transcript of the UK Parliament debate about the persecution of
Christians in India, click here"

I take issue with the word "alleged". There are ample cases of *ACTUAL
of Christians in *
parts of India. A Report "Persecuted & Forgotten" by the Catholic
Charity(Aid to the Church in Need)
 I've been working for as a volunteer for over 25 years, has ample evidence
of this.

Mervyn Maciel

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