Tuesday, January 26, 1999
complain to SC
NEW DELHI, Jan 25 (UNI) The Christian community today complained to the Supreme Court that given the "communal agenda" of the leading members of the central government, the community can never be secure and sought its intervention. "Asking the government to provide it (the community) security, we realise, is futile. Various requests, appeals and memoranda to the Prime Minister and the Union Home Minister and chief ministers have merely ended in assurances. Given the real communal agenda of the leading members of the present coalition government at the Centre, the community can never be secure, a memorandum addressed to the Chief Justice of India by the group, Concerned Christians Citizens, said. The memorandum appealed to the Chief Justice to order the government to grant security to the community in accordance with the Constitution so that Christians could live as citizens, in security, safety and dignity.
officer shot dead in Imphal
HC rejects pleas
Directive to CBSE
PATNA, Jan 25 (PTI) Office-bearers of the RJDs State Youth Committee today expressed resentment against the partys national president, Mr Laloo Prasad Yadavs announcement dissolving the Youth Committee and challenged Mr Yadav to prove the allegations against the youth wing. The vice-president and general secretary of the dissolved committee, Mr Dhananjay Kumar Raju and Mr Ajay Kumar, said in a joint press statement that the RJD president should make public the charges of corruption levelled by him (Laloo Yadav) against the partys youth leaders.
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