Monday, February 21, 2011

A word of caution to Swamy Ramdevji

A word of caution to Swamy Ramdevji

15th February 2011

Swami Ramdev Ji
Bharat Swabhiman Trust,
Pathanjali Yogpeet
Maharishi Dayanand Nagar,
Haridwar 249403

Poojya Swami Ram Dev Ji,

Saadar Pranaam.

I last wrote to you on 20th October 2009, taking objection to your mentioning Quran as a Dharma Granth. Today I write to you complaining about a few dubious characters in your ‘India Against Corruption’ campaign. I also spoke to your office on phone, with one Mr. Anuj, today.

Your Movement ‘India Against Corruption’ is indeed the need of the hour. Hindu Voice (Monthly) and National Spirit (Weekly) fully support you in this endeavour and also in your Movement for Nayi Azaadi and Nayi Vyavastha in Bharat.

However, I am not able to digest a few persons of doubtful character in your ‘India Against Corruption’ campaign.

1. Swami Agnivesh: He is a known supporter of Maoists and Kashmir Separatists. He has addressed many meetings supporting Maoists and Kashmir Separatists. He instigates Muslims against singing Vande Mataram. He has recently raised his voice against the Chattisgarh High Court’s decision rejecting the bail plea of Binayak Sen, a Maoist supporter convicted for Life Imprisonment.

2. Medha Patkar: She is against development of our Nation. At the instigation of foreign powers, she provokes common people against development projects undertaken by various government agencies. Narmada Valley Corpn. is a case in point. In the guise of taking up common people’s cause, she instigates the project-affected people to put impediments in the development work. She is an agent of foreign forces, and probably gets paid by them.

3. Mallika Sarabai: She was carrying out a campaign against Narendra Modi ji, along with the entire secular gang. Any person who hates the uncorrupt Modi is a misfit in your campaign.

All the above three are a part of the secular brigade operating in Bharat. I am sure, what is known to me is definitely known to you too. And you may be having some compelling reasons to include them in your ‘India Against Corruption’ campaign. However, in the longer run, these people who have their own anti-national agenda, may cause more damage to the movement than any worthwhile contribution.

I thought of just cautioning you, hence this letter.

With my humble obeisances,

Your Wellwisher
In the Service of Bharat Mata

P. Deivamuthu
Editor, Hindu Voice & National Spirit

P.S. The sudden and untimely demise of Shri Rajiv Dixit ji is indeed shocking. Bharat Mata has lost a Great Son. It is an irreparable loss to the nation.

P.S. : Hard Copy posted on 17th and Email sent on 17th Feb. 2011