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Sister Lucy Kalapurakkal had last year supported the victim nun and had demanded the arrest of rape-accused Bishop Franco Mulakkal, who headed the Roman Catholic Diocese in Jalandhar.
Sister Anupama, one of the five nuns who led the protests against Franco on August 2018, expressed her fear over sabotaging the case after a local court in Pala, Kerala found irregularities in the copies of the cyber forensic report submitted in a DVD by the police and laboratory.
Kerala govt transfers two police officers investigating rape case against Bishop Franco, nuns express shock and despair
Kottayam Superintendent of Police Harishankar and Vaikom Deputy SP Subash, who were the investigating officers in the Bishop Franco's rape case have been issued marching orders by the state government raising serious questions about possible attempts to sabotage the investigation.
The Kerala Catholic Bishops’ Council spokesperson Varghese Vallikkat, a priest, said the decision to give the award to the cartoon was “highly provocative and objectionable”.
Punjab: AAP candidate contesting from Christian dominated Gurdaspur says nun rape case won’t have impact on voting
In the 2017 byelections, AAP nominee Major General (Retd) Suresh Khajuria, polled just 23,579 votes and forfeited his deposit
Kerala nun who supported protest against rape accused Bishop Franco asked to leave congregation or face expulsion
The sister's who stood up against Bishop Franco have been constantly under the scanner facing several predicaments
Franco Mulakkal case: Congregation issues second canonical warning letter to Sister Lucy Kalapura asking her to ‘shed her nonconformity’
FCC had earlier issued a warning to Sister Lucy Kalapura for participating in a protest against the rape accused Bishop Franco
Kerala Nun Rape Case: Church official now says nuns who supported victim will not be transferred till court case is over
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.
Kerala Nun rape case: Missionaries of Jesus issues ultimatum to another nun to shed her ‘rebellious attitude’
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.
Union Minister Smriti Irani accused the Kerala government of being blind to nuns’ ordeal