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NCCI Commission on Dalits - "Born to Be Broken" Christmas Special, Released on Dalit Liberation Sunday




Kolkata, December-2011- A new dalit perspective book comprising Christmas messages published by NCCI Commission on Dalits was released at Kolkata Central Hall, West Bengal Division, India Northern Territory.

Rev. Dr. Sunilraj Philip, Executive Secretary for NCCI, Commission on Dalits was glad to be the part of Kolkata Central Hall's Dalit Liberation Sunday's special events on 11th of December 2011. West Bengal Divisional Commander was joy to welcome and introduce Rev. Dr. Sunilraj Philip to our officers and soldiers of West Bengal Division. Having been moved by the love of Salvationists Reverent Sunil directed them into a new perspective of Dalits' insights when he had addressed from scripture. Officers and Soldiers of Kolkata Central Hall enjoyed to observe it as special Sunday for Dalit's Liberation in the company of NCCI's Commission on Dalits.

Lieutenant Colonel Davidson Varghese, National Secretary was blessed to have the privilege of releasing “Born to be Broken” – the book, on the auspicious moment of this special Sunday meetings. The well fitting named book “Born to be Broken' a spiritual literary piece of Dalit perspective, written by experts from various member churches of NCCI and has been coherently compiled and organised by Rev. Dr. Sunilraj Philip. The first copy of the book was received by West Bengal Divisional Leader, Major Philip Naik while the meeting being conducted by Captain Ajeet Masih, Divisional Youth Secretary.

The entire events were chained by Communications Secretary Captain Babu Samraj, National Secretariat, Kolkata.

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Reported by Captain Ajeet Masih, Divisional Youth Secretary, West Bengal Division, INT


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