Andhra Christians march demanding RSS chief’s apology

Fr M Prasad said that Mother Teresa always wanted to serve the poor, but not involved in religious conversions.

Vijayawada: 

The Andhra Pradesh Federation of Churches organized rally in Vijayawada on Tuesday demanding an open apology from RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat for his remarks on Mother Teresa.
Thousands of Christians, pastors, sisters and various Christian organizations marched through the streets wearing black badges and holding placards with slogans such as ‘My religion, My right’.
They marched form Nirmala High School to Mother Teresa statue on the Pinnamaneni Polyclinic Road where they garlanded the statue.
Father M Chinappa while addressing the rally said Bhagwa had intentionally made controversial comments on Mother Teresa that her service to the poorest of the poor was aimed at converting the poor Christianity. He said the allegation was absolutely false.
SSC director Fr M Prasad said that Mother Teresa always wanted to serve the poor, but not involved in religious conversions.

Source: New Indian Express

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