TRIBUTE TO NARENDRA DABHOLKAR: FR. CALISTUS FERNANDES

NARENDRA DABHOLKAR...

 

The ghastly and brutal  murder of anti-superstition campaigner Dr.  Narendra Dabhokar in the early hours of Monday at Pune is a threat  to all social activities and whistleblowers who work tirelessly  for betterment of the community. Good citizen aren’t safe from the diktats of self-appointed spokespeople. The type of gruesome murder only proves the ideologically bankruptcy of cowardice. The news of Dr. Narendra Dabholkar death saddened me, for in him I saw a great messiah for the poor who are exploited by the self-appointed godmen . A great person down to earth. His love for  creation and above all for mankind  proves  God’s presence in him. He was determine for a cause knowing what  the end of a prophet would be. I heard him  at number of occasions and never mind travelling miles to hear more. Little I can do for this great soul is let the mission continue through me. There are no Human Words to describe the Loss of this great soul.

Calistus Fernandes

calistusf@gmail.com 942095931

 

 

 

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3 Comments

  1. dmelloalex said,

    August 24, 2013 at 7:08 pm

    The people who killed Gandhi only killed him. The killers follow religious fanaticism and their godfathers accumulate wealth by propagating superstition in religious places in the garb of faith. Inspite of advancement in education, the superstition refuse to die but people like Dr Narendra Dabholkar is a threat for their ideas. As far as communal organisations are alive, such threats will continue.

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  2. Silent Voice said,

    August 25, 2013 at 12:24 pm

    Via E Mail….

    They have killed Mr Narendra Dabholkar but his good work will certainly continue through likeminded people. He has proved a worthy martyr for the cause. Narendra Dabholkar amar rahe!

    Dr (Sr) Mudita Sodder rscj
    Patna

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  3. Silent Voice said,

    August 25, 2013 at 8:09 pm

    Via E mail…
    Dear Greg
    Thanks for giving due publicity to the writings
    May you be blest for the work done for the church and society
    With best wishes
    Fr Calistus Fernandes

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