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A 35-year-old man was kidnapped in Nungambakkam on Sunday night.
The Council said protests will be held if proper actions are not taken against the PRO.
Meanwhile, the nuns have pinned their hopes on the government in supporting them in their fight for justice.
Bishop Mulakkal, a senior member of the Roman Catholic clergy in India, was arrested last year following allegations by a nun that he repeatedly raped and sexually assaulted her.
An e-mail in this regard was sent to five nuns, who are staying with the rape survivor nun, by current apostolic administrator of Jalandhar diocese Bishop Angelo, one of the nuns said.
The letter said that the two nuns, who approached the women's panel, alleged the transfer orders issued last year were to pressurise and threaten them as they were prominent witnesses in the case.
This time, her “violation” of the rule of the cloister by allowing a journalist to stay with her, going out late in the evening and coming back late at night without permission are her newly-added ‘si
Agnivesh said it was shocking that the diocese and its religious orders concerned have gone easy on the alleged rapist and was targeting those who stood and struggled for justice for the victim.
Bishop Mulakkal, a senior member of the Roman Catholic clergy in India, was arrested last year following allegations by the nun that he repeatedly raped and sexually assaulted her.
The nuns alleged Sr Anit, superior of the convent, is not providing the minimum requirements for sustenance, including facilities for treatment.
The letter to Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan was written after the nuns were directed to leave their convent in Kottayam in compliance with a transfer order issued by their congregation.
Ever since the high-profile case and the public protest staged by the sisters grabbed headlines, the nuns have been living in constant fear of their lives.
This comes a good 10 months after they were first issued the transfer order in March 2018.
Sr Anupama said the Church failed to give the nuns protection and added that they will not be going anywhere, leaving the victim behind.
The author of the controversial book ‘Amen’ also said people opted for life as a priest or nun primarily out of societal compulsion and family pressure.