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State Govt trying to disturb communal harmony: Yadav

IN AN act that might further politicise the Kabitkhedi issue, in which two Christian pastors were recently attacked by some youths, Madhya Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC) president Subhash Yadav today said the Congress will go to any extent to protect the religious freedom of minorities in the State.

india Updated: Feb 08, 2006 16:23 IST

IN AN act that might further politicise the Kabitkhedi issue, in which two Christian pastors were recently attacked by some youths, Madhya Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC) president Subhash Yadav today said the Congress will go to any extent to protect the religious freedom of minorities in the State.

He later visited Kabitkhedi to get first-hand information regarding the incident. Speaking to reporters at Gandhi Bhawan here today, Yadav said the Congress party would not remain a mute spectator on the issue of increasing attacks on Christians and other minorities in the State.

The Congress party, which was committed for the cause of secularism and religious freedom of all religions, will use all its forces to fight for the cause of the religious minorities in the State.

Alleging that the BJP Government-led by Shivraj Singh Chouhan is trying to disturb communal harmony in the State, the Congress State president said the main agenda and priority of the Chouhan Government is to attack the Christian and minority religious places in the State.

First Published: Feb 08, 2006 16:23 IST