The above is a Banner kept in Pudukotai Tamil Nadu where the Christians are posing as Aiyangars,a sect of Brahmins.
Translation of the message in the Image.
“Subrahmanya of Thiruchednur, is a Satan, let us pray for the Blind who worship” – Christian preacher.
I posted an article on how Christians pose as Brahmins in a novel reprehensible act of Religious Conversion.
Mr.Anil Gupta sent in a comment quoting the relevant Indian Penal Code Sections and Numbers.
I am furnishing the Sections of the Act for filing cases against these Christian Audacity and the feeling that they can ge away with anything under the garb of Religious Freedom and Minority Status.
The ridiculing of Hindus’Hinduism in Christian Channels also come under the ambit of the Law.
Please watch local language Christian Channels like Angel TV,Asirvatham TVin Tamil and other corresponding Channels in other Languages.
This Law is applicable to Muslims and the Dravidian Parties as well.
Sections 153-A and 295-A of Indian Penal Code.
295A. 5[ Deliberate and malicious acts intended to outrage religious feelings of any class by insulting its religion or religious beliefs.– Whoever, with deliberate and malicious intention of outraging the religious feelings of any class of 6[ citizens of India], 7[ by words, either spoken or written, or by signs or by visible representations or otherwise] insults or attempts to insult the religion or the religious beliefs of that class, shall be punished with imprisonment of either description for a term which may extend to 8[ three years], or with fine, or with both.]
Application and Citations of this Law.
. It is brought to our notice that author is an eminent literateur in the State who has written many books and made research in Vachana Sahitya. Therefore, we think it is just and proper that if the author intends to remove the offending portions from the book, it is open to him to file a proper petition before the Government and on filing such petition, in case if Government is satisfied that offending portion is removed from the book, the Government may consider the same and permit the petitioner by lifting ban. We will place on record that the Public Prosecutor fairly stated that if author is ready to remove the offending portion, the Government has no objection to lift the ban.
46. In view of the considered finding mentioned above, no ground is made out by the petitioner to hold that the notification dated 26-9-1997 under Section 95 of the Act confiscating and proscribing the book “DHARMA KARANA” by the State Government is not just and proper.”