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Nun's rape, church's vandalisation: PMO seeks report, Haryana arrests main accused, Bengal police still clueless
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has expressed concern over the rape of a nun in West Bengal and vandalisation of a under construction church in Haryana. Meanwhile as per the latest reports coming in Haryana police has got success in arresting the main accused, Anil Godara, behind the church vandalisation.

As far as nun's rape case in concerned West Bengal police hasn't been successful so far in making any arrest. It has detained eight people so far on suspicion.

Prime Minister's Office in a tweet said that PM Narendra Modi is deeply concerned over the incidents in Hisar and Nadia. The PMO tweet says that Haryana and West Bengal governments have been asked to send their reports on the actions so far have been taken by them.

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee's cavalcade was blocked by the protesters yesterday while she went to visit the Ranghat sub division where the incident had taken place.

Both the matters were raised in parliament today by the opposition parties. Responding on behalf of the government Union Minister for parliamentary affairs Venkaiah Naidu appealed to the political parties not to politicise the issue.

He ssaid, "Don't politicize the issue, everyone knows who is indulging in votebank politics in India." He said that the state government is responsible for this not the central government. He also added, "Atrocious incident has taken place. The West Bengal government has assured that action will be taken."

In nun's case CCTV footage had shown four persons who were allegedly involved in the crime. The Bengal police has also announced a reward of Rs. 1 lakh to the informers about the accused.

Vice-chairperson of West Bengal Minorities Commission, Maria Fernandes also visited the victim at the Ranaghat hospital. The 71-year-old nun was allegedly gang-raped at Gangnapur in Nadia district in the early hours on last Saturday. 

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