Latin Church hits out at Kerala government

July 16, 2013 by  
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Kerala Regional Latin Catholic CouncilKerala, July 16, 2013: The Latin Catholic Church in Kerala has come out strongly against the state government, saying that it was always kept in the queue even if they asked for what they rightly deserve.

The general assembly of the Kerala Regional Latin Catholic Council on the last day of its three-day general council held in Kottayam, issued a political resolution stating that it was the mighty that was ruling the state.

“In the appointment of members to board and corporations of the government, formation of minority commission etc, the Latin Church was overlooked by the government,” the resolution stated.

At the same time, some other communities are reaping profits by influencing the government. The present government in the state is not at all bothered about the day-to-day issues of the common man, it added.

The resolutions said that the government is more interested in group politics and issues related to it.

“No proper care has been given to those who are suffering due to natural calamities at present and the government is not in any way bothered about the growing inflation. Real issues are not discussed in the state assembly; both the Opposition and ruling parties are equally responsible for this,” the resolution said.

– the new indian express

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