India has been under continuous attack from known and unknown enemies. The ‘Breaking India’ forces are operating both from outside as well as inside the country. The concept of the 2.5 front war by late CDS Bipin Rawat also hinted at this sinister and synergetic plan of India’s enemies. In the name of foreign donations and charity to Non Governmental Organisations (NGOs), several foreign entities are carrying out nefarious agendas within the country. Thankfully the Indian law enforcement agencies have been successful in foiling all such nefarious agendas of these Breaking India forces.
Amnesty India ‘kingpin’ of Breaking India forces
India has been on a continuous path of progress and reclaiming its original stature on the world stage. This has invited the wrath of foreign institutions like the Open Source foundation of George Soros to hinder India’s path. They want India to be governed according to their whims and fancies. Their agendas include arming the insurgent and secessionist groups within the country; sabotaging India’s economic progress and carrying out conversion at an industrial scale.
Amnesty International which was one of the kingpins in carrying out such anti-India agendas in the name of Human Rights has been thoroughly exposed by the Enforcement Directorate (ED).
On 9th July, the ED filed a prosecution complaint against Amnesty International India Pvt Ltd (AIIPL), Indians for Amnesty International Trust (IAIT). It has also charged former AIIPL CEOs G Ananthapadmanabhan and Aakar Patel in its complaint. It should be noted that a prosecution complaint is equivalent to a chargesheet. In this prosecution complaint, the financial investigating agency has accused the aforementioned institutions and individuals of money laundering.
In its submission to the special court in New Delhi, the ED informed the court that Amnesty International UK funnelled over Rs 51 crore to fuel “anti-national activities” in India. It accused the UK arm of the organisation of routing this large sum of money to its Indian arm violating Indian laws. According to the prosecution, the accused funded anti-national activities in the guise of “export of services”.
The ED highlighted two dangerous projects of Amnesty to undermine India’s interest. ‘Kashmir: Access to Justice’ and ‘Justice for 1984 Sikh Massacre’ were two key projects of the international NGO to carry out falsehoods against India to malign India’s image.
Subsidiaries an eye wash to continue ‘anti-national’ activities
In its chargesheet, the ED detailed the timeline and purpose of setting up various arms of the Amnesty group. According to ED, Amnesty International India Foundation Trust (AIIFT) was set up in 1999, to further its activities in India. The NGO was given prior permission in 2011-12 when Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act (FCRA) legally came into force.
However, the government agencies kept flagging the work of these associate arms of Amnesty which forced the government to revoke its permission. To bypass the law and continue its alleged anti-India activities the Amnesty group set up IAIT, a non-profit organisation in 2012 and AIIPL, a for-profit commercial entity, in 2013.
As per the ED chargesheet, both IAIT and AIIPL had a similar set of office bearers, operated out of the same building. In its entirety, AIIPL had transactions only with one major client: Amnesty International UK.
The ED said AIIPL received Rs 36 crore (including Rs 10 crore FDI) from Amnesty International UK. In exchange, it offered “export of services” in which it prepared Human Rights reports on various issues, organised campaigns and other technical services.
According to ED, this all was an eye wash. In the name of commercial activities, it circumvented FCRA laws to carry out NGO work. The ED termed all this money amassed by IAIT and AIIPL as proceeds of crime.
With the detailed transaction history and other incriminating documents, the ED has tightened its grip on the so-called Human Rights champion. The ED has shredded the modus operandi of such anti-India institutions. As the investigation progresses, the agency will expose the internal enemies who helped these Breaking India forces. The so-called liberals and media coterie who create hue and cry over Human Rights should shun their agendas, especially after their kingpin Amnesty International counts last days of its freedom. Those who work against the interest of India should wake up otherwise their fate would be the same as that of Amnesty and its top bosses like Aakar Patel.
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