Thursday, May 26, 2011

Hindu fascist forces say,"Missionaries, Pakistanis and Lenin Raghivanshi of PVCHR"

Dear All,
Please find a very interesting article about me by Hindu Facsist froce.
Introduction of group on its blog such as:
"Hindutva is about claiming a Hindu identity for Indiain the same way as many Americans assert that the US is essentially a Christian nation, despite its tolerance and accommodation of other belief systems".
Noted that:
  •  May 18 Foundation  is secular organization of survivors of may 18 uprising in Gawangju and selecting every year Gwangju Human Rights Awardee .
  • PVCHR received one time grant from Mesereor for Raup village in Sonbhadra.
  • Anupam is not working with PVCHR now.
  • ACHA is established by secular of South Asia base on peace,non-violence and communal harmony.
Hindu Fascist force wants to accuse me due my democratic struggle against caste based Hindu fascism.
Please see some links: 
  • Acceptance speech at Gawngju Award:
  • Acceptace speech at Weimar  prize:
  • About our work:
We proud to say that we are against Caste based Hindu fascist system.
With warm regards,
Dr. Lenin
Executive Director/Secretary General -PVCHR/JMN
Hatred does not cease by hatred, but only by love; this is the eternal rule.
--The Buddha
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MAY 25, 2011

Missionaries, Pakistanis and Lenin Raghivanshi of PVCHR

From: vikramsenkaushik

Date: Sat, May 21, 2011 at 9:09 PM

Subject: Missionaries, Pakistanis and Lenin Raghivanshi of PVCHR

Lenin Raghivanshi runs a "human rights" organization "People's Vigilance committee on Human Rights".

It must be doing good business. It employs him his wife Shruti Nagvanshi and a relative Anupam Nagavanshi. It employs a number of people. They get a lot of money from organizations like Mesereor (a Catholic missionary organization) and perhaps some real charities among some mysterious donors, some of which must be elaborately set-up fronts.

Lenin Raghivanshi has received awards from:

• Gwangju Human Rights Award: A Korean missionary group

• USA Based Association for Communal Harmony in Asia (ACHA)

But wait. The "USA-based" ACHA organization is actually a Pakistani organization. It director is a Pakistani American and President is a Pakistani! Lenin Raghivanshi is on their board.

One wonders what kind of compensation such groups provide.

Here are the details.


DIRECTOR: Dr. Lenin Raghuvansi,Varanasi, U.P., India

Dr. Lenin Raghuvanshi, an Ayurvedic physician by training, for several years has been working for the rights of bonded and child labourers and other marginalized people in Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh, India. In 1996, he and his wife, Shruti, founded People's Vigilance Committee on Human Right (PVCHR), a community-based organization, to address the injustice of the Indian caste system. He has become the symbol of nonviolent resistance among millions of Dalits fighting for their dignity in India. Already an Ashoka Fellow, his work has been recognized with Gwangju Human Rights Award for 2007 by the May 18 Foundation of South Korea and ACHA Peace Star Award by the U.S.-based Association for Communal Harmony in Asia.



DIRECTOR: Omar Ali, MD, Wisconsin, USA

Dr. Ali is a Pakistani-American physician, currently Assistant professor of Pediatric Endocrinology at the Medical College of Wisconsin.

He hails from a village near Gujarat city in Pakistani Punjab and graduated from King Edward Medical College in Lahore. He moved to the US in 1986 and later spent 6 years in Saudi Arabia working as a pediatrician.

DIRECTOR: Arshed Bhatti, Pakistan (PRESIDENT)

Born in a Pakistani Punjab village to a peasant family who had migrated in 1947, from Faridkot in district Ferozpur in Indian Punjab, Arshed Bhatti received his Masters in International Relation at Quaid-i-Azam University and worked for M.Phil in political economy.

After employment as a journalist and in the civil service for some time, he got an opportunity, in 1997, to study for a post graduate diploma from Tokyo (IDEAS), in development studies. In 1998, he joined London School of Economic (M.Sc. Development Management). Starting in 2000, he worked with Action Aid Pakistan, British Council Pakistan, and pursued studies for his PhD (civil society in Pakistan); but he gave it up after clearing his comprehensive.

Posted by swamijyoti at Wednesday, May 25, 2011

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