HORROR OF GANG KEJRIWAL: SEDITION, NEXUS AND CO-EXISTENCE


HORROR OF GANG KEJRIWAL: SEDITION, NEXUS AND CO-EXISTENCE

Arvind-Kejriwal1

 

Following pages describe and expose a hidden conspiracy between RULING PARTY, GANG KEJRIWAL and MEDIA.

Gang Kejriwal formed an organization named Kabir and is acquiring foreign funding since 2005. Documentary evidences prove this fact. Kabir used those foreign funds for political purpose which is serious violation of FCRA (Foreign Contribution Regulation ACT). Kabir used foreign funding for media initiative as well. They almost bought most of the air time and print media through foreign funding. They called it as ‘MEDIA INITIATIVE FOR RTI’. Consistent appearance of Kejriwal and Gang kejriwal on television was actually born out of Kabir and Media partnership, which is one more serious FCRA violation.

From initial stages of Kabir, Parivartan (or any other Gang Kejriwal’s NGO), Home Ministry, Ministry of External Affairs was very lenient and soft as if they were partners in this conspiracy. At the height of it Government filed completely false affidavit in Delhi High Court (given below). This is exact contradictory to Kabir (Inspection of foreign contribution record’ (given below).

No government agency or opposition party or any person/organization is keen to take serious legal action against this biggest scam since independence by Kejriwal and his gang. In fact RULING PARTY misguided High Court in their affidavit to give Gang Kejriwal a safe passage from sedition.

Here our team member BIRBAL has contacted Ford Foundation and tried to trace the missing account books of Kabir Foundation for 2005-2007 (Though it is recorded elsewhere, we have solid documentary evidences). Ford Foundations answers were unsatisfactory and they too tried to carpet skeletons of Gang Kejriwal’s cupboard. The entire correspondence with Ford Foundation is given below. BIRBAL’S identity is under wraps hence the correspondents name doesn’t appear.

The whole jigsaw puzzle of Kejriwal’s conspiracy against people of India is conspired with cooperation of ruling party and part of ruling media. Now it is crystal clear that even opposition parties are not keen or interested in exploring the biggest anti-national scam of Gang Kejriwal.

The question arises WHY?

ANSWERS WILL FOLLOW SOON.

I will come back to you with more very soon.

Adieu.

Raju Parulekar
raju.parulekar@gmail.com
(M) 9820124419

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1. Government Of India filed a wrong affidavit in the high court saying that the status report filed by the respondent i.e. Ministry of Home Affairs has given clean chit to Kabir in its involvement regarding any political agitation where as the point 25 clearly shows that Kabir was involved in political agitation.Congress led UPA government has the history of filing wrong affidavits. In the coal scam the Additional Solicitor-General Harin Raval had to resign for misleading the Supreme Court.

2. This political agitation was used to further world bank and ford foundation’s version of RTI act against the suggestion of the the  Indian president Dr. A.P.J Abdul Kalam.

3. This political agitation wages to fight against the sate as Kabir was being funded by Ford Foundation then.

4. Mysteriously the Home Ministry report stops short of giving any details of Kabir’s activities in 2011 for which the actual petition was filed.The report also doesn’t mention Ford’s name anywhere.

Are some people in the government conspiring with Gang Kejariwal’s Anti National Agenda ?

1) Snapshot of the Affidavit filled by the Government of India

Page 2

 

For complete Affidavit kindly click the link given below
WP(C)34122012-Janlokpal

2) Snapshot of the Inspection of Foreign Contribution Records pertaining to an NGO Kabir.

Page 1

For complete Report kindly click the link given below..
(PLS see page no 10 for the above point no 25)
Inspection of Foreign Contribution Records pertaining to an NGO KABIR (2005-06 to 2011-2012)’

3) What FCRA has to say about Gang Kejariwal’s Actions which was not at all considered in GOI’s Affidavit.

Page 3

Page 4

Page 5

Page 6

 

4) Correspondence and the Response from the Ford Foundation 

 

From:  xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Tue, Jan 7, 2014 at 8:16 PM
Subject: Re: FW: Response from the Ford Foundation
To: a.ironside@fordfoundation.org
Cc: “Ramdas, Kavita” <kn.ramdas@fordfoundation.org>, t.sunder@fordfoundation.org

Dear Alfred,

Thank you for showing interest.

As you’d know an Indian Supreme Court advocate Mr. ML Sharma has filed a PIL against the Ford Foundation in the Delhi High Court. The respondent has alleged foundation for promoting its charter via political agitation under the garb of public agitation namely Lokpal bill & others in India. The other respondents are Shashi Bhooshan, Shanti Bhooshan, Arvind kejriwal and Manish Sisodia(all of them members of Aam Aadmi Party) along with the Union Of India.   So please help me with following questions by specifically mentioning the details so that I can quote both the sides in my story:

1. In her reply Kavita has mentioned that first grant made to Kabir was in 2007 for $197,000 where as the website record shows a grant even two years back in 2005. Link(to you own records) : http://www.fordfoundation.org/pdfs/library/ar2005.pdf . What do you have to say about this?

2. All the records concerning Kabir, run by Manish Sisodia have been removed from the foundation’s website post 2005 where as there have been multiple instances of funding in 2005-06, 2006-07, 2008-09 ( website last accessed 19:36 IST 07/01/2014) (source : Kabir’s FCRA submission). Why has the foundation chosen to remove the records which were previously available? Why isn’t it available for public scrutiny?

3. How can be an organization of your integrity mistake and put records on the website without even making the funding? (for the 2011 funding which was taken back)

4. When, why and how was Kabir chosen for the grants? What was foundation’s vision in enabling a media campaign for Right to Information Act in India? Also, what did Kabir mean when they said enabling a media campaign? Did it include paying electronic media organizations?

5. In her response Kavita has mentioned ‘efforts were carried out satisfactorily and the grant was closed on schedule.’ What do you mean by ‘satisfactorily’? What are the parameters to decide it? Kabir’s audit report shows that lot of their funds went underutilized and were carried forward for the next fiscal year. Are you aware of that?

6.  Kabir was fully involved in the Janlokpal movement. Given that your funds went underutilized and most of the times carried forward , do you suspect that your funds could’ve been used for the movement? If yes, do you know that you can be prosecuted under FCRA,2011,India?

7. The petitioner ML Sharma has also cited various works establishing Foundation’s link with Central Intelligency Agency, USA. What do you have to say about it? Also James Petras has written a book ‘The Ford Foundation and the CIA: A documented case of philanthropic collaboration with the Secret Police’, what is the official stance of foundation on this text?

Answers to these questions will certainly help me validate or discard various conjectures about the foundation. The nature of the story calls for such specific details. Please let me know if you received the mail and also a replying date. Accordingly, I’ll let my editor know my story submission date.

Thanks and regards
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On Tue, Jan 7, 2014 at 5:38 PM, Sunder, Tuhina <T.Sunder@fordfoundation.org> wrote:

Dear xxxxxxxxx,

 

Thank you for your telephone call a short while ago requesting a meeting with Kavita.  I am sure you would have received the email from Alfred Ironside to you.  If not, I am forwarding it with this email – please see below.

 

With best wishes, Tuhina

 

                 Tuhina Sunder

Executive Assistant

Representative’s Office

India, Nepal and Sri Lanka

55, Lodi Estate

New Delhi 110 003 India

t: +91 11 47105350

f: +91 11 47105390

t.sunder@fordfoundation.org

www.fordfoundation.org

 

 

 

From: Ramdas, Kavita
Sent: Tuesday, January 07, 2014 5:33 PM
To: Sunder, Tuhina
Subject: FW: Response from the Ford Foundation

 

 

 

 

Kavita N. Ramdas

Representative, India/Nepal/Sri Lanka

The Ford Foundation

55 Lodi Estate

New Delhi 110003

 

www.fordfoundation.org

kn.ramdas@fordfoundation.org

O: +91 11 4710 5350

F: +91 11 4710 5380

C: +1 415 987 7640 (US cell)

 

And the sunset itself on such waves of ether
That I just can’t comprehend
Whether it is the end of the day, the end of the world,
Or the mystery of mysteries in me again.”
― Anna Akhmatova

 

From: Ironside, Alfred
Sent: Monday, January 06, 2014 11:51 PM
To: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Cc: Cinelli, Joshua; Ramdas, Kavita
Subject: Re: Response from the Ford Foundation

 

Dear xxxxxxxxxxxx,

 

Thanks again for reaching out to the foundation.  Kavita has shared your inquiries and I would like to see how we can be helpful to your reporting beyond what Kavita has already set forward in her message to you earlier today.  I know Kavita’s schedule will not afford an opportunity for a meeting, but perhaps we can help with any further questions you have.

 

Please let me know what specific issues you’d like to explore further.  I’m sure this approach will be best in terms of helping you meet your deadlines.

 

Thanks and regards,

Alfred

 

Alfred Ironside

Director of Communications

Ford Foundation / New York

(+1) 212 573-5308

a.ironside@fordfoundation.org

 

 

From: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: January 6, 2014 at 5:26:47 PM GMT+5:30
To: “Ramdas, Kavita” <kn.ramdas@fordfoundation.org>
Subject: Re: Response from the Ford Foundation

Thank you so much Kavita. I am much obliged. Please give me an appointment in person to discuss some specific issues further. I am already late on filing my article. Can we please meet tomorrow?

Regards

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On Mon, Jan 6, 2014 at 11:41 AM, Ramdas, Kavita <kn.ramdas@fordfoundation.org> wrote:

Dear xxxxxxxxx,

 

Thank you for reaching out to the foundation. We are pleased to have an opportunity to offer a straightforward clarification of our grantmaking to Kabir.

The foundation’s first grant to Kabir was made in 2007 and was for $197,000 over three years.  The grant supported the organization’s efforts to produce training materials on India’s Right-to-Information law, to disseminate information about the effective use of the law, and to help promote transparent and accountable governance.  These efforts were carried out satisfactorily and the grant was closed on schedule.

In 2010, the foundation reviewed a new grant proposal from Kabir for similar activities. We approved this second grant in February, 2011.  However, Kabir notified the foundation in September 2011 that it was not capable of carrying out the planned activities due to an emerging campaign to mobilize the public around anti-corruption efforts.  Based on this information from Kabir and the foundation’s own fiscal year schedule, the foundation amicably rescinded its second grant in February 2012, against which no funds had ever been distributed.  The rescinded and unpaid grant was then removed from our web site.

 

The Ford Foundation is an independent, non-partisan, and global organization with a 60-year history of supporting both Government and NGO efforts in India.  Our first grant to the national Planning Commission was made in the 1950s, and over the years many key Indian institutions such as the IIMs and IITs have been grant recipients, as have key cultural organizations, NGOs, and think tanks.  Our work in India — just as in the United States, Brazil, Indonesia, and the many other countries in which we work — is committed to supporting civil society, government and the private sector to build more inclusive and just communities.  Our grants in India are driven by indigenous Indian priorities and the efforts and aspirations of Indian institutions and organizations.

 

Thanks again for the opportunity to correct the record regarding our support for Kabir, which ended in 2010 and was devoted to its public education work on freedom of information.

 

Sincerely,

 

Kavita

 

 

Kavita N. Ramdas

Representative, India/Nepal/Sri Lanka

The Ford Foundation

55 Lodi Estate

New Delhi 110003

 

www.fordfoundation.org

kn.ramdas@fordfoundation.org

O: +91 11 4710 5350

F: +91 11 4710 5380

C: +1 415 987 7640 (US cell)

 

And the sunset itself on such waves of ether
That I just can’t comprehend
Whether it is the end of the day, the end of the world,
Or the mystery of mysteries in me again.”
― Anna Akhmatova

 

 

 

From: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Sent: Thursday, January 02, 2014 4:48 PM
To: Sunder, Tuhina
Subject: Re: Seeking a Meeting

 

My story is about the funding of Janlokpal movement . Among the many allegations made on Kabir, run by Manish Sisodia,  is the funding made by Ford Foundation to the organization in 2011, the year when the anti graft movement started. There have been allegations that Foundation’s money was used in stirring the agitation. So I seek an official statement regarding Ford’s involvement with Kabir. I write to you also because the foundation has also removed all the records concerning Kabir from the website. So, please give me an appointment to clarify some of the facts.

Thanks

xxxxxxx

 

On Thu, Jan 2, 2014 at 4:36 PM, xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hi Tuhina

I work for the xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.

Currently I am doing a story which also involves the Ford Foundation. So I seek Foundation’s official stance on the same story. For the same purpose Kavitha N Ramdas has asked me to get in touch with you as she is in Pakistan. Please give me sometime in the next few days as I am already running short on filing the story.

 

Thanks and regards
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KINDLY CLICK THE LINK  BELOW TO VIEW THIS ENTIRE CORRESPONDENCE IN ORIGINAL.
Ford Correspondence

 

 

 

 

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