Friday, August 6, 2010

Re: A conspiracy unravels

I agree.
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On Fri, Aug 6, 2010 at 3:52 PM, Parashuram Swamy <> wrote:
My take:
Jehovah commands death to proselyte. Therefore, I demand capital punishment to
proselytes. There is no freedom of faith in Christianity. Read my blog below,
 Thanking you & looking for your earliest action.
Yours faithfully,
Parashuram Swamy

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Sent: Tue, August 3, 2010 1:19:10 AM
Subject: A conspiracy unravels

A conspiracy unravels

Sandhya Jain
Aug 3, 2010
The Pioneer

Was the alleged rape of a nun, following the assassination of Swami Laxmanananda
Saraswati and four sanyasis in Kandhamal on Krishna Janmasthami, August 23,
2008, an afterthought by missionaries targeted by enraged Hindus? Was it a
planned vengeance, aimed at garnering the international spotlight and forcing
Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik to break his alliance with the BJP, which
empathised with the Vishwa Hindu Parishad's anger at the murder of its
octogenarian leader?

The questions are legitimate given Fr Thomas Chellan's admission in court on
July 26 that he did not report the alleged rape of the nun when filing the first
information report with the police on August 26, 2008. The Baliguda Catholic
Church pastor, a key witness in the case, admitted during cross-examination
before Cuttack district and sessions judge Bira Kishore Mishra that he had not
mentioned the alleged rape in the FIR filed a day after the incident is said to
have occurred. His complaint caused the arrest of 23 people.

The alleged rape of the 29-year-old nun from Sambalpur is said to have occurred
on August 25 in Kandhamal district, a day after agitated Hindus went on the
rampage to protest the gunning down of Swami Laxmanananda and his disciple-monks
in the precincts of his own ashram. Swami Laxmanananda had previously escaped
several attempts on his life and had received death threats from missionaries
infuriated by his anti-conversion activities.

The nun worked at Divyajyoti Pastoral Centre at K Nugaon block. She was
reportedly dragged out of a retired head clerk's house by 40-odd armed men who
chanted "Bharat Mata ki Jai," taken to the office of an NGO, Jan Vikash, where
one man allegedly raped her. At that time, 12 policemen of the Odisha State
Armed Police were camping in a school in front of the NGO's office. The nun
identified the main accused as Santosh Patnaik, alias Mitu.

Fr Chellan was reportedly beaten and paraded half-naked on the road the same
day. He identified two accused in court as being part of the mob that attacked
his church, but had failed to identify either man during the test identification
parade held at Choudwar jail last year. The case was initially committed to a
fast-track court in Kandhamal that was trying all riot cases, but was
transferred to a sessions court in Cuttack after the nun petitioned that she
felt unsafe in Kandhamal. (This is now the standard refrain in all anti-Hindu
cases; Gujarat's former Minister Amit Shah is only the latest victim.)

Interestingly, Dr Chotray Marandia, who first treated the nun after the alleged
assault-cum-rape, testified on August 28 that she had only complained of
swelling on her face. "I only treated the swelling on her face and she did not
complain of anything else," he replied when asked by defence lawyers about other
injuries on her body. So we have no evidence of rape.

The then block development officer, Mr BB Mishra, testified that he had
accompanied the nun and priest to the local police station to file their
complaint about the mob attack. Both thus had full official protection while
filing the complaint, and cannot claim that the police did not record the FIR
properly, or that the rape charge was ignored by the police. These testimonies
are damning.

That the rape is most likely a fabrication can be seen from the nervousness of
the prosecution. Earlier, her lawyers had sought a month's time for the nun to
appear before the court. This is suspicious to say the least, but fits in with
the church's hiding the nun from the local people and producing a veiled woman
with a thick Malayalam accent at a Press conference in Delhi. Interestingly,
last Saturday the nun failed to identify the key accused at a test
identification parade.

The Church-prosecution embarrassment has been aggravated by the June 12 arrest
of Pandit Bishimajhi for allegedly plotting to kill the nun and priest to
prevent them from testifying against the mob. It was alleged that Bishimajhi led
several mob attacks, one of which stripped and paraded the nun and Fr Chellan,
and is thus complicit in the fast-disintegrating rape case.

It may be appropriate to put the anti-missionary violence in context. The
Kandhamal violence erupted after the murder of Swami Laxmanananda, whose
tireless efforts to uplift the tribal communities and protect their religion and
culture against aggressive proselytisation infuriated the evangelists and Maoist
goons (mostly converts). The Swami was severely injured in an attack on
Christmas eve in 2007, and had then accused a Congress MP and World Vision chief
for the attack. He alleged a nexus between Maoist terrorists and missionaries;
which is why when Maoists claimed responsibility for the killings, public ire
was directed at the missionaries. Certainly the murders had a purely religious
motivation; Odisha has in recent years seen an influx of rich American Baptists
for soul-harvesting purposes.

Beginning on December 26, 1970, Swami Laxmanananda was attacked eight times
before he was finally struck down by AK-47-wielding assailants in 2008,
according to the fact-finding commission chaired by Additional Advocate-General
of Rajasthan, GS Gill. Soon after the multiple murders in the ashram, the State
police arrested World Vision employee Pradesh Kumar Das while escaping from the
district. Later, two men, Vikram Digal and William Digal, were arrested from the
house of a local militant Christian, Lal Digal, at Nugaon; they admitted having
joined a group of 28 assailants. Then, in July 2009, a Maoist couple, Surendra
Vekwara and Ruby, also allegedly involved in the killings, surrendered to the
Odisha Police. One does not know how the State Government intends to prosecute
the cases against these persons, especially as the sensational rape case is
silently falling apart.

However, as I have previously argued, the murder of Swami Laxmanananda closely
resembles the murder of Swami Shanti Kaliji Maharaj in Tripura in August 2000.
The latter was also shot in his own ashram by gun-wielding goons after several
dire warnings against his anti-conversion activities in the tribal belt were
ignored. Swami Laxmanananda's murder prompted Biju Janata Dal MP Tathagata
Satpathy to insist that there was an urgent need for an anti-conversion
legislation as aggressive proselytisation was hurting the social fabric.

Swami Laxmanananda Saraswati had, just before his murder, demanded a national
debate on conversions and an end to the foreign funding of NGOs. This is an
urgent imperative.

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