Sunday, 8 November 2015

Open Letter by Nitish Kumar to Narendra Modi on subject of Bihari DNA


Respected Modiji,

Few days back, while addressing a public rally in Bihar, a comment was made by you about my DNA. The issue has been troubling many of us since then. Now, as you are scheduled to visit the state again, I am writing to you on behalf of those who have felt hurt by your statement. Your words have been taken as an insult by a large section of the people of the state and beyond. Most of us also feel that coming from you, the comment is rather unbecoming of the office you hold.

But, this is not the first time that we have faced this. Earlier as well, your colleague and BJP leader, Mr. Nitin Gadkari had said that "casteism is in the DNA of Bihar". Interestingly, these are the same people who reposed their faith in you and contributed towards electing you to the highest office of the country with an overwhelming majority. Ours is the same state that has been the cradle of civilization and has given birth to some of the greatest icons in history. Needless to say, when such statements are made, it weakens the collective faith of people in your leadership.

I am a son of Bihar. My DNA is similar as that of the people of Bihar. Modiji, as you know, my father was a freedom fighter and my mother an ordinary housewife. I grew up in a humble household in rural Bihar. In my 40 years of public life, I have tried to work for the betterment of people following the ideals of Gandhi, Lohia and JP. Most of us feel that these statements, beyond questioning my own descent, have disrespected the lineage of our people and have denigrated the great legacy of the state. This also gives credence to the feeling that perhaps you and your party hold a prejudice against the people of Bihar. I wonder how come the gravity of such statements repeatedly misses your alert conscience.

Therefore, through this letter, I take the liberty to urge you to please consider taking back these words. I have no doubt that this gesture of yours would go a long way in assuaging the sentiments of the people and would further enhance the respect people have for you.

Yours Truly,

Nitish Kumar

Open Letter to Narendra Damodardas Modi with request to sign on Joint Affidavit for your wife Jashodaben Modi - for purpose of Passport application

Open Letter to Mr. Narendra Damodardas Modi

Subject: Humble request to Sign Joint Affidavit for your Wife Mrs. Jashodaben Narendrabhai Modi for Bonafide purpose of Application for Passport

Dear Mr. Narendra Damodardas Modi,
I hope that you reply to my Petition with the humble request to sign a Joint Affidavit of your wife Mrs. Jashodaben Narendrabhai Modi.
1. I humbly submit that in accordance with Ghanchi tradition, your marriage was arranged by your parents when you were a child.
2. I humbly submit that you were engaged at age 13 years to Jashodaben Narendrabhai Modi,
3. I submit that further you married her when he was 18 years old.
4. I submit that after spending little time together, you have grown apart for the reason that you began two years of travel, including visits to Hindu ashrams.
5. I humbly submit that the marriage was kept it a secret for many years for the reason that otherwise you could not have become a 'pracharak' in the puritan Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS).
6.I submit that although you kept your marriage secret for most of your career, you acknowledged your wife when you filed your nomination for a parliamentary seat in the 2014 general elections.
7. I submit that you were very busy running the Country and Campaigning for Bihar assembly elections 2015, which you lost today!
8. I submit that it has been brought to my attention that your Hon'ble wife is unable to process the application for the simple reason that a Joint Affidavit has to be signed by you!
9. I Submit that as per Maneka Gandhi Vs Union of India, it is a Fundamental right to Travel abroad, which is an extended Right to Life under Article 21 of the Constitution of India.
10. I submit that you are Violating the Fundamental Rights of Jashodaben Modi by not signing on the aforesaid Joint Affidavit.
11. I submit that the act of not signing on the aforesaid Joint Affidavit may amounts to an act of NEGLIGENCE or INTOLERANCE to Mrs. Jashodaben Modi.

Wherefore, I humbly pray that you take some time off, and sign on the aforesaid Joint Affidavit of Mrs. Jashodaben Modi, at the earliest possible date, in the interest of justice and equity.

Yours sincerely
Savio Pereira               08/11/2015

No passport for PM's spouse, as she has no marriage certificate
Marriage certificate or a joint affidavit with the spouse is required to get passport: regional passport officer
Jashodaben Modi
The Prime Minister Narendra Modi's estranged wife Jashodaben Modi's application seeking passport has been returned by the regional Passport office in Gujarat saying its "incomplete."

The regional passport officer ZA Khan told The Hindu the application was incomplete and therefore it was not accepted.

"We have not accepted the application because there was no marriage certificate or a joint affidavit with the spouse," Mr. Khan said, adding, "marriage certificate or a joint affidavit is a required document to get the passport."

Mrs. Modi had sought passport to go abroad and meet their "family friends and relatives."

"We have many family friends abroad and they asked her to visit them so she had applied for the passport but the application has been turned down," her brother Ashok Modi said.

He added that she may have to explore "legal options" to get the passport, which is a right of every citizen of the country.

Earlier, she had applied under the Right to Information (RTI) seeking details of her security and order of the government of India to provide her security. Mehsana Superintendent of Police (SP) had refused to give the information saying the matter pertained to the security which is not disclosed under the RTI.

In his election affidavit filed in 2014 during the parliamentary polls, Mr. Narendra Modi had mentioned Jashodaben's name as his spouse.

After he became the Prime Minister following a landslide victory in the national polls, Jashodaben was given security cover with four police constables posted her residence.

She is a retired school teacher and lives with her brother Ashok Modi in a village in North Gujarat.

Friday, 6 November 2015

Vallabhbhai Patel’s anger against Sexual pervert M K Gandhi over his celibacy experiments with young girls
Sardar Patel’s anger against Gandhiji over his celibacy experiments with young girls knew no bounds. He wrote to Gandhiji on January 25, 1947 when he was at Muriam-Hirapur.

Read your letter to Kishorelal Mashruwala, Mathuradas and Rajkumari Amrit Kaur. You have thrown us in wildfire of agony. I can’t understand why you thought of reviving this experiment. After our last talk with you, we thought this chapter had ended. Parashuram was a faithful servant and your contempt for him is wrong (he was Gandhiji’s attendant who left in disgust unable to stomach the experiments). You just don’t care for our feelings. We feel utterly helpless. Devdas’s feelings stand acutely injured. All of us are pained beyond measure. Till further discussion, you should suspend it. I just can’t fathom such terrible blunder on your part.”

Patel wrote another more letter on February 16, 1947 which was more lethal than the previous one when Gandhiji at Raipura. This followed after Gandhiji wrote to the administrator of his Navjivan publications, Jiwanji Desai, in Ahmedabad, asking him to carry details of his celibacy experiments in Navjivan publications including ‘Harijan’.
Patel wrote:
I called Jiwanji (to Delhi) after your directive to him. In between I received Kishorelal Mashruwala’s letter. Rajaji (Rajagopalachari) and Devdas also met me and talked about the issue. We all feel there is no end to your obstinacy. You have pushed us into a calamity. You are unable to measure the extent of our pain. Even if for the sake of taking pity on us you must leave it. Publicising these experiments isn’t going to benefit the world. Your saying that others shouldn’t follow you (on celibacy experiments) isn’t going to make any difference. People always follow the elders. I can’t understand why you are bent upon pushing the common people on the path of heterodoxy instead of religion. If only we could cut open our heart and show how deep are our wounds. In this helpless situation the trustees of Navjivan have come to the conclusion that they can’t publish anything about this experiment, come what may.”

Sexual pervert MOTHER Mohandas Gandhi & Manuben & his Sexperiments with Truth - and the Psychological impact on the Subjects of Celibacy sexperiment

Sexual pervert Mohandas Gandhi & Manuben & his Sexperiments with Truth
Mahatma & Manuben: Newly discovered diaries of Gandhi's personal attendant reveal how his experiments with celibacy changed her life

She is one of the most recognised faces in Indian history, always by Mahatma Gandhi's side as his "walking stick" in his last two years. Yet, she remains a mystery. Just 17 when she rejoined the Mahatma as one of his personal assistants in 1946, she was the great man's constant companion till his assassination. Yet, Mridula Gandhi, or Manuben as she is widely known, died a lonely spinster at the age of 40 in Delhi.
Manuben was portrayed by Supriya Pathak in Richard Attenborough's Gandhi (1982). More than four decades after her death, India Today has got access to 10 of her diaries, written in Gujarati and running into 2,000 pages. Studied in detail by Gujarati academic Rizwan Kadri, the diaries, which begin from April 11, 1943, reveal the psychological impact of Gandhi's experiment with his sexuality on Manuben. They also throw light on the jealousy and anger rife at the heart of Gandhi's entourage, many of them young women. The diaries begin when Manuben, a grandniece of Gandhi, came to Aga Khan Palace in Pune to look after Gandhi's wife Kasturba during the couple's internment starting from 1942 following the Quit India movement. Manuben nursed Kasturba in her final months of illness. The diary entries end 22 days after January 30, 1948, the day Nathuram Godse pushed aside Manuben to fire three shots at Gandhi from a 9mm Beretta.

The diaries, in which Gandhi often signed on the margins, reveal a girl devoted to him. In an entry on December 28, 1946, at Srirampur, Bihar, nine days after joining the then 77-year-old Gandhi who was on a walk through of troubled villages after massacres in Noakhali in then East Bengal, she writes: "Bapu is a mother to me. He is initiating me to a higher human plane through the Brahmacharya experiments, part of his Mahayagna of character-building. Any loose talk about the experiment is most condemnable." Pyarelal, Gandhi's secretary, endorsed this view in Mahatma Gandhi: The Last Phase, "He did for her everything that a mother usually does for her daughter. He supervised her education, her food, dress, rest, and sleep. For closer supervision and guidance, he made her sleep in the same bed with him. Now a girl, if her mind is innocent, never feels embarrassment in sleeping with her mother." She, in turn, was his primary personal attendant-massaging and bathing him as well as cooking for him.
The diaries go into the details of the lives of Gandhi's women associates like Dr Sushila Nayar, his personal physician and Pyarelal's sister, and who later became Union health minister, as well as his Rajput-Muslim follower Bibi Amtussalam. They also indicate the intense jealousy over who would be part of the Mahatma's experiments with celibacy. Manuben's diary entry dated February 24, 1947, at Haimchar, Bihar, states: "Today Bapu wrote a strong letter to Amtussalamben saying that the element of regret that his celibacy experiment didn't start with her was apparent in her letter to him."

The diaries, which found their way to the National Archives in Delhi in 2010, also show Pyarelal, despite being 47 years old, making repeated overtures to Manuben with Sushila Nayar pushing the case. Manuben finally makes a telling entry on February 2, 1947, at Dashdharia, Bihar: "I see Pyarelalji as my elder brother and nothing else. The day I decide to marry my guru, my elder brother or my grandfather, I shall marry him. Don't force me on this any further."

Manuben's jottings also give an insight into the growing disquiet among Gandhi's followers over his celibacy tests. In a diary entry of January 31, 1947, when she was at Navgram, Bihar, Manuben refers to a letter to Gandhi from his close follower Kishorelal Mashruwala where he calls her "Maya" (an illusion or a temptress) and asks the Mahatma to free himself off her clutches. To this, Gandhi replies: "You do whatever you want but I am firm in my belief regarding this experiment." Even as Manuben and Gandhi walked through Noakhali in Bengal, two of his entourage- R.P. Parasuram, who had acted as his secretary, and Nirmal Kumar Bose, also his secretary and later director of Anthropological Society of India-left in anger over Gandhi's behaviour. Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, in a letter to Gandhi on January 25, 1947, currently among the Patel papers housed in the National Archives, asked him to suspend the experiment which Patel called a "terrible blunder" on Gandhi's part that pained his followers "beyond measure".

The deep imprint the Mahatma left on Manuben's psyche is best reflected in a letter to Jawaharlal Nehru from Morarji Desai on August 19, 1955, soon after he called on Manuben in August at the Bombay Hospital where she had been admitted for an "unknown" ailment. Desai writes: "Manu's problem is more psychological than physiological. She appears to have despaired for life and developed allergy to all kinds of medicines."

Manuben was one of two persons by the Mahatma's side when he was shot by Nathuram Godse at 5.17 p.m. on January 30, 1948, at Birla House in Delhi, the other being Abhaben Gandhi, wife of his nephew Kanu Gandhi. Manuben writes the next day: "While the flames on the funeral pyre were consuming Bapu's body, I felt like sitting till well after the funeral was over. Sardar Patel comforted me and took me to his home. It was just unimaginable for me. Bapu was there two days ago, yesterday at least his body was there and today I am all alone. I am totally distraught." The next and last entry in the diary is on February 21, 1948, when she left for Mahuva near Bhavnagar from Delhi by train. It says: "Today I left Delhi." In Last Glimpses of Bapu, one of five books Manuben wrote after Gandhi's death, she notes: "Kaka (Gandhi's youngest son Devdas) warned me not to disclose the contents of my diary to anyone and at the same time forbade me to divulge the contents of the important letters! He said, 'You are very young but you possess a lot of valuable literature. And you are also unsophisticated.'"

Even in her 68-page memoir, Bapu: My Mother, Manuben never revealed her feelings about Gandhi's experiments with his sexuality in which she was a part. In one of the 15 chapters, she writes that soon after the death of Kasturba, which happened within 10 months of her moving to Pune, she received a very moving note from Bapu as he was in maunvrat (vow of silence) and could communicate only by writing. Gandhi advised her in that note to go to Rajkot and resume her studies. "From that day Bapu became my mother," Manuben writes in the chapter. The teenaged Manuben, who had studied till Class V in Karachi where her father, Gandhi's nephew Jaisukhlal, worked in the Scindia Steam Navigation Company, also needed a mother-like anchor since she had just lost her mother when she came to Pune.

Manuben's final years were spent by herself. She lived in Mahuva near Bhavnagar in Gujarat for almost 21 years after Gandhi's assassination. She ran a children's school besides floating Bhagini Samaj, which espoused women's issues. Among those who were associated with Manuben during this last phase of her life is Bhanuben Lahiri, from a family of freedom fighters. She was one of the 22 women members of the Samaj. Lahiri recalls the profound impact Gandhi left on his grandniece. Once, she says, when Manuben took a chunari (a scarf-like piece of cloth) from her for the marriage of one of her poor followers, she said: "I see myself as Mirabai (the great medieval saint who worshipped Lord Krishna) who lived only for her Shyamlo (Krishna)."

Commenting on the diaries, psychoanalyst and scholar Sudhir Kakar writes: "So focused was the Mahatma on his own feelings during these experiments that I believe he may have 'chosen' to overlook their consequences for the women involved. Except for the flaring up of violent jealousy between the various women, we do not know the psychological effects, if any, that these experiments left on each of the women."

Now, thanks to the recovery of Manuben's diaries, we can assess the psychological impact the Mahatma had on his intimate companion.

COWmunal Forces of Intolerance and Hate are rising

The COWmunal Forces of Hindutva are rising.
I call them COWmunal, because their gotra is from the Forces of Intolerance and Hate.

The COWmunal Forces try to tell me that M K Gandhi is the Father of the Nation, and Gau Mata is the Mother of the Nation.
Sachin Tendulkar performing Gau mata Puja

How is it possible?
There is no Father nor Mother of the Nation, as defined by the Indian Constitution.
The Original Communal Forces were the Aryan Supremacists from the ranks of the Theosophists like M K Gandhi.
The neo-NAZI COWmunal Forces are taking the Soft Hindutva of M K Gandhi to the Hard Hindutva of his killers including Savarkar.

Welcome, COWmunalism! The forces of the resistance will also rise against this Intolerance by reasoning and debate only.

R P Parasuram's letter of Indictment to Mohandas K Gandhi on exploitation of Women by Gandhi

Below is an extract from M K Gandhi's Stenographer R. P. Parasuram’s 16-page letter to Gandhi just before he quit. He called it his letter of “indictment.”

1 January, 1947

Revered Bapu,

I write these lines in sorrow and pain…You know how shy and unforward I have been these two years. You must imagine to what depths I must have been agitated then to overcome my shyness and become bold and that too with a man who is considered by many to be the greatest man living…
M K Gandhi and his Walking sticks
You must also ponder over the fact as to what it is that has made me bold and say things so boldly. It is because I feel I am so clearly in the right and you so clearly in the wrong. It is the cause that gives me the courage.

It is not that I did not know these before. I knew and kept quiet. I thought “Why should I bring these to him?” There are men like Kanu [Gandhi], Kishorilal-bhai [Mashruwala], etc., experienced men and men knowing you fully. And then I had not the courage. I have come over my shyness with you…

When first I came to the ashram I came with high respect for the ashram and its inmates and its way of life. All that was knocked off in 24 hours…After coming here I must confess to having lost a portion of the respect I had for you….You are the Father of our Nation…You have taken us so far along the path of freedom and independence…You must see the hand of God…in the fact that I have overcome my shyness.

I object to your sleeping in the same bed with members of the opposite sex. In February 1945 or so I was given the draft of a statement to type. I was shocked by the contents…I must tell you that even before I know of this. One day Amin-bhai came and told me that he was shocked to see Manu [Manu Gandhi — Gandhi’s own grand niece] getting into your bed.

In those days I was more shy than I am now. My only friend in the ashram was Amin. Even then I came to know of the discussions about this affair because the ashram people are so careless and can’t keep their mouth shut. Everybody objected to your doing this…

Apart from the question of any affect on you what about the effect on girls?

There is something of other wrong with them [the women who sleep naked with Gandhi]. [The] Punjabi girl who lived opposite my room in Matunga…She used to weep unrestrainedly and that not caring whether others saw her or not. She laughed also unrestrainedly…And then here is Dr. Sushila-behn [The 24-year-old in-house physician at the ashram who Gandhi also used for his ‘experiments’]. How many are the days when she has not wept? She is a doctor and yet she is always a patient, always is ill. Who has heard of a doctor who cries out at night?

Even then the whole thing is considered wrong by the world. I do not like it. Nirmal babu [Bose] does not. Sucheta-behn [Kriplani] did not like it and said “However great he may be, he cannot do such things. What is this?” You must admit that there is something in our objection. You cannot waive it aside.

As for blood relations [This is reference to Manu Gandhi]. The world is sceptic even there. There have been cases of immorality between father and daughter, brother and sister…

I object to your having massage done by girls. When I was studying in college I read a report saying you were being massaged by Dr. Sushila-behn…And now I find you do get yourself massaged by girls.

Those people who know that you are naked during massage time say that you could at least put a cover over it [his genitals]…

The same objection I hold against girls coming to the bathroom when you go there. Ramachandran saw you like that and said you had fallen a little from his estimation. However great you may be, you cannot do these things.

Your placing your hands on shoulders of girls. You had written once that you gave up this practice because others intimated you with evil intention. I have not come across any other writing saying you could resume it. So it was strange to me why you resumed it…During the two years I have been with you, about 50 letters or so objecting to this practice from admirers and calumniators came. None of them got any reply…

Your being seen naked [during his bath and massage] jars on the mind of strangers, admirers though they might be. Ramachandran did not like it. He said it was the limit…

Ever since the 17th December [1946] when in the small hours of the morning you made those dreadful sounds, dreadful because it came from you man of such eminence, even otherwise unbecoming for any wise or old man, my head has not been at peace. I have heard of another such instance from Mr. Ramachandran of the API [Associated Press of India] when you told Sushila-behn to leave you. I have seen such another instance at Delhi…But this event shook me to my depths. I said to myself that God and the nation would not forgive me if I kept quiet…

You commit Himalyan blunders. But you refuse to see these things and when told, you are irritated…I say you are conceited and constitute yourself to be the repository of all the wisdom in the world…

And now to my charges. Unless [my demands] are fulfilled I depart…I beg to differ and go away…Your actions to which I object:

1. Your sleeping with any member of the opposite sex.
2. Being massaged by any member of the opposite sex.
3. Allowing yourself to be seen naked by any member of the opposite sex.
4. Allowing yourself to be seen naked by strangers and even by people who are of your party who are not so intimate.
5. Placing your hands on the shoulders of girls when walking.

Monday, 18 May 2015

Debate on anti-conversion law with Home Minister of India Rajnath Singh

Debate on anti-conversion law with Home Minister  of India Rajnath Singh
18/05/2015                India
Dear Mr Rajnath Singh,

I thank you for inviting the public at large to debate on the need for an anti-conversion law.  I am amazed at your ignorance and lack of proper understanding of the laws of the Land of India.

I am an Indian by birth, and I would like to respond to your invitation for the debate.

Your bigotry, racism and discrimination is apparent on the face of it.

Your ignorance of law is apparent on the face of it.

You are one of the prime accused in the BABRI MASJID DEMOLITION along with L K Advani.

Let me rebut your ignorance in the following paragraphs and enlighten you.

Averment 1. Pledging full protection to minorities, Home Minister Rajnath Singh today questioned the practice of conversions and advocated a debate on the need for an anti-conversion law.
My rebuttal: As per the Constitutional Assembly debates, what is illegal is ILLEGAL CONVERSION BY FORCE AND FRAUD.
Citation: Rev. Stanislaus vs State Of Madhya Pradesh & Ors 1977 SCR (2) 611
A Constitutional Bench of 5 Judges [Ray, A.N. (Cj), Beg, M. Hameedullah, Sarkaria, Ranjit Singh, Shingal, P.N., Singh, Jaswant] have come to a conclusion on the Conversion debate.
Averment 2: He also wanted to know whether people cannot be served without indulging in conversions.
My rebuttal: Hey, Mr Rajnath Singh! Are you implying your agreement with Mohan Bhagwat's tirade on late Mother Terresa?
Do you have any proof that there is any case against Mother Teresa about Illegal Conversion by force and fraud? If you don't have, make such allegations on a person who is alive and prove it in a Court of law.
Don't forget that you are one of the co-accused in the case of Destruction of Babri Masjid. Verdict has still to be decided.
The Supreme Court HELD: (1) Article 25 guarantees to all persons right to freedom and conscience and the right freely to profess, practice and propogate religion subject to  public  order, morality and health.
Averment 3: "There are sometimes rumours and controversies about 'Ghar Wapsi' and conversions. Why should there by any conversion at all?
My rebuttal:  Supreme Court of India says "The Article does not  grant right to convert other person to one's own religion but to transmit  or spread one's religion by an exposition  of its tenets. The freedom of religion enshrined in Art. 25 is not guaranteed in respect of one religion only, but covers all religions alike which can  be  properly enjoyed by a  person if he exercises his right in a manner commensurate with the like freedom of persons following other religion.
Averment 4: "In other countries it is the minorities which ask for anti-conversion law. Here, we are only saying that there should be an anti-conversion law. There should be debate over it. We must think on bringing anti-conversion law. I humbly request all of you to think over it," Singh said.
My rebuttal: The freedom of religion enshrined in Art. 25 is not guaranteed in respect of one religion only, but covers all religions alike which can  be  properly enjoyed by a  person if he exercises his right in a manner commensurate with the like freedom of persons following other religion.
Hey, Mr Rajnath Singh, the anti-conversion laws are already in place in the states.
The Centre has no business in State matter of Public Order.
Averment 5: The Home Minister's remarks on conversions assume significance in the midst of controversy over anti-conversion campaign undertaken by Hindutva organisations and comments by RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat regarding Mother Teresa.
Averment 6: "Why can't we serve the people without doing conversion. Those who want to serve the people should do so without engaged with conversion. Can't we find a solution to the problem.
My rebuttal: Mr Rajnath Singh, please clarify. Are you alluding to a dead person Mother Teresa, who cannot defend herself? Do you have any proof or allegation or Criminal case registered for Illegal Conversion by force and fraud?
Otherwise, shut up and behave like a Home Minister of India!
Averment 7: "The issue was even raised in Parliament. Many people said government should do something about it. But I think society also has a role. Society too has responsibility. Can't we live without respecting each other's faith. What is the necessity of conversion. Can't a religion survive without involving in conversion," he said.
My rebuttal: Society, the Government and the Judiciary have a role for Illegal Conversion by force and fraud.
Averment 8: The Home Minister also raised the issue of fear among certain sections about possible demographic change in the country and said the basic character of the country should not be allowed to change.
My rebuttal: Hey, Rajnath Singh! What are you talking about obliquely?
Averment 9: "If we go to the US and try to hurt the identity of that country, will they accept it? Why do we want to change their identity? There should not be any such attempt. How can a country like India allow changes in its demographic profile and character? Let India's character remain the same," he said.
My rebuttal: Hey Rajnath Singh! What are you talking?
Averment 10: The Home Minister expressed concern over the conflict between communities and said the trend should be stopped and the tendency to establish supremacy by one community over another should come to an end.
My rebuttal: Hey Rajnath Singh! Talk some sense.
Averment 11: "Why do we fight with each other? It is very unfortunate. A dog bites a dog but why cannot a human keep himself away from any fight. Is there any need to establish supremacy over someone else. I believe god is one and people call him by different names.
Averment 12: "While preaching our respective religion, can't we live with brotherhood. Why do we have to engage in conversion. What is the need. Conversion cannot be anyone's goal. Let all people preach respective religion and live peacefully. Many people may not agree with what I am saying. You may have a different opinion and I respect that," he said.
My rebuttal: Voluntary Conversion to any religion is permissible by law. What is prohibited is ILLEGAL CONVERSION BY FORCE AND FRAUD.
Averment 13: Singh said India is the only country where people of all religions are found. "The Parsi community had to leave their own land Iran. They are living in India with peace, prosperity and dignity for ages," he said.
My rebuttal: How are you responsible for this fact, you hypocrite?
Averment 14: A documentation on Jews has suggested that India is the only country where the community does not face any persecution. The oldest church in the world is in India. It is not in the US or in Europe, it is in Kerala, he said.
My rebuttal: How are you responsible for this fact, you hypocrite?
Averment 15: Singh said India is a country which respects all religions and believes in peaceful existence. Here all 72 sects of Islam live peacefully.
My rebuttal: How are you responsible for this fact, you hypocrite?

Conclusion: I am in favour of CONVERSION. Conversion from inhuman persons to Human beings! Conversion from Criminals to law-abiding citizens! Conversion from Aryan Supremacist brigade to Humanity! And thereafter re-conversion to Humanity as well!