Hindutva: Confiscate Nobel Laureate’s prize money

November 6, 2014 by  
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Dharam Rakshak Shree Dara SenaNew Delhi, October 28, 2014: A rightwing Hindu group has accused Kailash Satyarthi, this year’s joint Nobel Peace Prize winner, of being an agent of “Maoist-Christian terrorist alliance” and demanded the confiscation of the prize money.Global Council of Indian Christians(GCIC) demands the central Government of India to initiate action against the outfit for sedition charges and lowering the prestige of India in front of the international community

“He takes children under his wing and then converts them to Christianity. I have filed a petition for his prize money to be confiscated,” said Mukesh Jain, leader of the Dharam Rakshak Shree Dara Sena (army to protect Hindu religion) that on Monday staged a sit-in at Jantar Mantar, the venue for public protest in downtown Delhi.

The group owes allegiance to Ravinder Kumar Pal, popularly known as Dara Singh, who is now serving life term after being convicted of burning to death Austrian missionary Graham Stuart Staines and his two sons in 1999.

Jain told newslaundry.com that they were crusading against Christian terrorism in India.

Jain, who claims to be a product of one of the Indian Institutes of Technology, and a half a dozen supporters held placards that read: “Hang Naxal-Christian terrorist Kailash Satyarthi,” “Tagore and Teresa received Nobel Prize. Satyarthi has also emerged English stooge.”

Rabindranath Tagore, a poet, was the first Indian to win a Noble Prize. Mother Teresa, founder of the Missionaries of Charity won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1979.

Maoists in India are known as Naxalites as it originated from Naxalbari, a village in West Bengal state.

The Hindu group also accused Satyarthi of being an agent of Christian World Vision which it alleged indulged in recruiting children for the Maoist movement in the country.

He told the gathering that India could solve its problem only by hanging Aam Aadmi Party leaders Arvind Kejriwal and Manish Sisodia and social activist Kiran Bedi at Jantar Mantar. Bedi, first woman to join the Indian Police Service, an American agent as she has won too many foreign-funded awards, he alleged.

Jain, who has written a book “Exposing Kejriwal,” said they get funds from “sympathetic” Hindu organization to organize rallies and publish book.

The protesters comprised three women and an equal number of children.

A woman told newslaundry.com that their masters had told them to attend the demonstration. One of the children said they lived in a nearby slum and were often hired to protest.

– matters india

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