Goa sect skips polls, waits for ‘kingdom of god’ instead

The build up to the elections, the hullabaloo on polling day and the results on counting day mean nothing for the 600-odd members of the Christian sect Jehovah’s Witnesses in Goa. Just like their counterparts in other countries and “like the first century-Christians”, JW members choose to maintain political neutrality for religious reasons.


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