Vigilance is the price to maintain the sanctity of Indian democracy, which has been facing constant meddling efforts by “foreign players” and their Indian lackeys. Putting a face to this Satanic Syndicate is like a child’s play. With his cynical blabbering against Indian democracy, George Soros’ himself unmasked the abject attempt to undermine and meddle in Indian elections.
Thus exposing the cover of his tools of political and societal disruption behind the smoke screens of NGOs. Now, the government is cutting off their sources and leaving them to wither.
Home Ministry suspends the FCRA licence of Soro’s funded “think tank”
Recently, the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) suspended the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act (FCRA) licence of the Center for Policy Research (CPR) for 180 days. The think tank was purportedly linked with George Soros, and it was violating Indian laws.
Last time, the FCRA licence of CPR was renewed in 2016, and it needed to provide relevant documents and clarification to renew its license, which expired in 2021.
Any group or NGO that wants to accept donations from abroad must first register with the FCRA. The CPR won’t be able to collect any money from abroad because its licence has been suspended. Without permission from the home ministry, the CPR is likewise unable to use the current foreign donations.
Established 50 years ago, CPR includes an array of organisations identified as partners and donors, including Namati. Namati lists the Open Society Foundation, founded by billionaire George Soros, as one of its “supporters”.
Past actions by notorious NGOs for FCRA violations
The Modi administration froze the foreign funding of multiple NGOs and groups that had ties to notorious organisations like the Open Source Foundation or Amnesty India, among others. Earlier in 2021, Oxfam India’s foreign funding was blocked. Citing “adverse inputs”, the Union Home ministry refused to renew its FCRA licence.
Similarly, on Christmas Day in 2021, the foreign-funding licence of the Missionaries of Charity, founded by Mother Teresa, was revoked because of “adverse effects.” In 2020, the bank accounts of Amnesty International were frozen for receiving foreign funds illegally.
In September 2021, an income-tax study was conducted on Greenpeace India, and the Union Ministry of Home Affairs had prohibited their foreign funding in 2015. With the noose tightened on these tools of political disruptions, or rather “regime change”, Indian authorities are legally holding these lackeys and corroborators of George Soros’ and ilk accountable.
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