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Published on 10 October, 2002

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(India)–We begin today’s newscast with another look at a startling new law in India’s Tamil Nadu State. The Hindu majority is hailing the anti-conversion ordinance, calling it a move to curb ongoing sectarian violence. However, Bibles For the World’s Rochunga Pudaite disagrees. He shares his concerns. “It will have a tremendous impact on Bibles For The World, and most every Christian organization. I believe that this law will be challenged, and I hope it will be defeated because the people who are going to suffer the most are those who are presently deprived. I am very deeply concerned that they are not going to have the freedom to choose what they want.” Pudaite adds because the law is vague, it poses its own set of hazards. He believes Christians will mount a legal challenge to the law. “I think that all Christians across this nation should pray that, as we begin to challenge the law, that God will intervene.”

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  • Primary Religion: Hinduism
  • Evangelical: 2.2%
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