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Opposition giving communal turn to IT notice to Church: BJP

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The on Tuesday accused the opposition and a section of the media of trying to create anxiety among Catholics by trying to politicise an department notice to the Archbishop.

The notice last week requested officials of the Archbishop's House, which is the apex administrative authority of the Catholic hierarchy in Goa, for an account of the demonetised Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes.

"Opposition parties and a section of the media in are trying to create a communal rift in society, by trying to impute political motives to the IT department notices which has been issued to several other orgainsations, religious and non-religious," state spokesperson Nilesh Cabral told a press conference.

Last week, after the notice was served by the Mangalore circle of the IT Department, several parish priests claimed that the Catholic Church in Goa, a state where Catholics account for more than 26 per cent of the population, was being singled out and harassed.

falls under the IT department's Mangalore circle.

"This is a routine order. There is nothing malicious about it," Cabral said. goes to polls in early 2017.

--IANS

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(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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The on Tuesday accused the opposition and a section of the media of trying to create anxiety among Catholics by trying to politicise an department notice to the Archbishop.

The notice last week requested officials of the Archbishop's House, which is the apex administrative authority of the Catholic hierarchy in Goa, for an account of the demonetised Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes.

"Opposition parties and a section of the media in are trying to create a communal rift in society, by trying to impute political motives to the IT department notices which has been issued to several other orgainsations, religious and non-religious," state spokesperson Nilesh Cabral told a press conference.

Last week, after the notice was served by the Mangalore circle of the IT Department, several parish priests claimed that the Catholic Church in Goa, a state where Catholics account for more than 26 per cent of the population, was being singled out and harassed.

falls under the IT department's Mangalore circle.

"This is a routine order. There is nothing malicious about it," Cabral said. goes to polls in early 2017.

--IANS

maya/mr

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Opposition giving communal turn to IT notice to Church: BJP

The on Tuesday accused the opposition and a section of the media of trying to create anxiety among Catholics by trying to politicise an department notice to the Archbishop.

The notice last week requested officials of the Archbishop's House, which is the apex administrative authority of the Catholic hierarchy in Goa, for an account of the demonetised Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes.

"Opposition parties and a section of the media in are trying to create a communal rift in society, by trying to impute political motives to the IT department notices which has been issued to several other orgainsations, religious and non-religious," state spokesperson Nilesh Cabral told a press conference.

Last week, after the notice was served by the Mangalore circle of the IT Department, several parish priests claimed that the Catholic Church in Goa, a state where Catholics account for more than 26 per cent of the population, was being singled out and harassed.

falls under the IT department's Mangalore circle.

"This is a routine order. There is nothing malicious about it," Cabral said. goes to polls in early 2017.

--IANS

maya/mr

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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