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Two days after police recovered Rs 9.66 crore in ‘hawala’ money from six men, Father Anthony Madassery of Jalandhar has accused the Punjab police of misappropriation of Rs 6.65 crore.
The woman had accused a youth activist of raping her in the CPI(M) office 10 months ago.
The sister's who stood up against Bishop Franco have been constantly under the scanner facing several predicaments
Bishop Franco Mulakkal is still a free man today. Still a revered man. Still a hero.
Bishop Agnelo has written a letter to the nuns stating that he was giving a directive to Regina Kadamthottu, Superior General of the Missionaries of Jesus congregation, not to issue any letters to the five nuns without his explicit permission.
The letter from the superior-general reportedly accused Sister Rose of not cooperating with her local convent head and her “revolutionary approach”. It further says the nun’s refusal to “fall in line” raises severe questions about her commitment to the vow of obedience.
Four of the five nuns protesting against the Bishop were transferred to different locations by by Missionaries of Jesus
The Church has transferred the nuns to their previously allotted convents in what is being seen as an attempt to break the collective strength of the nuns who spoke against Bishop Franco.
Churches should focus a little less on Sabarimala and more on the sexual exploitation of women and children by the Churches and Christian priests
A large number of sexual exploitation cases of nuns has emerged across India.
Father Kuriakose's brother alleged that he had been killed for giving a statement against Bishop Franco Mulakkal
Father Kuriakose had claimed that he was constantly threatened by church officials for standing against the rape accused Bishop
Community believes there is lack of accountability in the utilisation of funds they are donating.
Barely a week after Bishop Franco's release on bail, Father Kuriakose, a key witness in the nun rape case is dead.
A group of priests have alleged conspiracy in the sudden death of Father Kuriakose.
Rape accused Bishop Franco received a huge welcome after he was released by the Kerala High Court on a conditional bail.
The Kerala High Court has ordered the rape accused Bishop to surrender his passport to the court and is prohibited from entering Kerala.
Bishop Franco Mulakkal was arrested by the police officials and the court has extended his police custody till October 6th.
The entire ecosystem is advocating the wrongdoer because of the position he holds and power he adheres
The Bishop has been accused of threatening the rape victim of dire consequences if she proceeds with the rape case against him.
The nun, disturbed by the church's decision said that this was the price she was being made to pay for standing by the truth
The nun had registered a complaint before the Kottayam district Police chief Harishankar in June this year.
The Vatican has formed a one man probe panel to investigate the allegations of rape against Bishop Franco of the Missionaries of Jesus.
Revealing the identity of victims of rape or sexual assault is a crime as per Indian laws
In an earlier statement, Missionaries of Jesus had come out in support of the rape accused and deemed him an "innocent soul".
There has been a rise in church related sexual harrasement cases recently
'A nun is supposed to be a virgin. If a nun loses her virginity, she cannot be treated as a nun.' - Kerala MLA
In their investigation, Kerala police have found that the initial statement given by the Bishop wass a falsified one.
The media persons were being prevented from taking photos of the Bishop when he arrived to be questioned by the Kerala police

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