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Sunday, May 19, 2024

The Christian strategy in Karnataka: Exercise your ‘Right to Vote’ and ‘Vote BJP Out’

“The Christian strategy in Karnataka: Exercise your ‘Right to Vote’ and ‘Vote BJP Out’”, Goachronicle, May 19, 2023:

“I spend most of my time analyzing the political, defense, and national security strategies of nations and religious organizations. Strategies are a window to the mind and give you an indication of what makes the mind tick.

The Christian minorities, in particular the Roman Catholic denomination, have decided to work on a unique strategy that is undoubtedly pro-India in its form and appeal but in actuality, it is focused against BJP and the current Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

A month before the Karnataka elections, Archbishop Peter Machado of Bengaluru spoke to certain sections of the media and even released a message to the Christian community a few days before the voting. He diligently expressed the strategy being adopted by the Christians in Karnataka….”

Read the full article at Goachronicle.com

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