Krantikari Manuwadi Morcha

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Krantikari Manuwadi Morcha ("Revolutionary Manuvadi Front", KMM) is an Hindu ultra-conservative political organisation in India, formed in 2000.[1]

In the Uttar Pradesh state assembly elections in 2002 KMM nominated Dara Singh, the accused of the murder of Australian Christian missionary Graham Staines, from the Muzaffarnagar and Ghaziabad constituencies. KMM also openly defended Singh's actions. The nomination sparked protests from the Christian community, and the All India Christian Council demanded that KMM ought to be banned. The nomination was later withdrawn.

In 2012, the Krantikari Manuwadi Morcha along with Utkal Christian Council and Apostolic Churches Alliance approached the Supreme Court to challenge a 2009 Delhi High Court order decriminalising homosexual acts.[2]


  1. ^ Manjari Mishra, "Manuwadi Party trains its guns on BJP, Congress", The Times of India, 4 August 2001
  2. ^ Feb 29, PTI | Updated; 2012; Ist, 20:22. "Gay sex horrendous: Religious groups tell Supreme Court | India News - Times of India". The Times of India. Retrieved 2019-09-25.CS1 maint: numeric names: authors list (link)

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