Now after the radical maulanas in protest of women, now the big names of the churches are making rediculous law, This is done under the guise of blackmailing women
In the name of three divorces and halala where radical Maulana has stood against the rights of women, there are now big people of the Church have come up against the elimination of a practice of exploitation of women in Christianity. Let us tell you that the National Commission for Women (NCW) has recommended the central government to abolish the tradition of ‘Confession’ in the church. Because it can be blackmailed by women and after that they are exploited.
Significantly, the tradition of accepting mistakes before the pastor in churches is called Confessions. NCW Chairman Linear Sharma said that there is a need to investigate the rising incidents of rape and sexual assault in the Church of Kerala also by the central agency. He said, ‘The clergy pressurize women to tell confidential things and such a case is in front of us, there will be many such issues and what is before us is a link
This recommendation has been made in the perspective of a case of rape against four clerics of the Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church. They are accused of sexual harassment of a married woman of her church. Now the National Commission for Women has said that the central government intervenes in this matter. It is important for the safety of women.
Chairman of the Commission, Linear Sharma said that two such cases have been revealed in the last month. One of them is Malankara of Kerala. Four priests are accused in this, while the second case is from Jalandhar in Punjab. “We have demanded the Central Investigation Agency to investigate the matter. Such cases have increased in Kerala. We want the investigating agency to find out how many such cases are there. After the meeting in this matter, the Women’s Commission has sent a report to the Kerala and Punjab government along with the Union Home Ministry.
When asked about Raksha Sharma, it is not encroachment on the rights of the church. On this, he said, if the matter is of women security then the National Commission for Women will take every possible step. According to the National Commission for Women, Archbishop Cardinal Beselios Clemis, Archbishop of Cyro Malankara Catholic Church said, “The proposal of the National Commission for Women is unacceptable. It is a direct attack on the rights and freedoms of the Church.
Churches believe that attempts to interfere in their religion are being tried, which can not be accepted.